Monthly Archives: September 2011

Bronze Summer – Stephen Baxter

Stephen Baxter’s Bronze Summer is the follow up to Stone Spring. In that novel, set in the mesolithic period, the inhabitants of Doggerland (the pre-historic low-lying land that once connected the British Isles with continental Europe) prevent the real-life inundation … Continue reading

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My Work Is Not Yet Done – Thomas Ligotti

Thomas Ligotti is, by now, well known amongst aficionados of horrific fiction and the weird as a writer who has taken the influence of the likes of H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allen Poe and created an (all too small) body … Continue reading

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By Light Alone – Adam Roberts

Sometime in the twenty-second century the problem of how to feed the billions of hungry people in the world has been solved in an ingenious manner. Body modification gives people hair which, when grown long enough, allows the body to … Continue reading

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