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A Man of Double Deed – Leonard Daventry

Leonard Daventry’s novel, A Man of Double Deed, is another that had been brought to my attention in Ian Sales’ series of posts on British SF Masterworks. One of the things that is interesting about reading science fiction novels from … Continue reading

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Orbitsville – Bob Shaw

I recently read Bob Shaw’s Other Days, Other Eyes and although I didn’t think that it was a bad novel, it did have a few problems. The main one being that it didn’t hang together particularly well as a self-contained … Continue reading

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Ascendancies – D.G. Compton

I was attracted to reading D.G. Compton by some of the posts around the time of the British S.F. Masterworks meme. It seems that he hasn’t published anything since the late 1990s and, as far as I can tell, there’s … Continue reading

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