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The Testament of Jessie Lamb – Jane Rogers

Jane Rogers novel, The Testament of Jessie Lamb, opens with a young woman introducing herself and her story. She is being held against her will, though at this stage it is by no means clear by whom. It is also … Continue reading

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Who Fears Death – Nnedi Okorafor

Nnedi Okorafor is well known and highly regarded for her young adult novels. Who Fears Death is her first foray into full-length adult novels. Who Fears Death is set in (for most of the book) an unnamed (though it’s clear … Continue reading

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The Female Man – Joanna Russ (SF Masterworks)

As this is being republished later in the year in the SF Masterworks series, I thought that I’d review it just now. Make myself seem up to the minute, y’know? Although… “up to the minute” might be stretching it, given … Continue reading

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