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An Occupation of Angels – Lavie Tidhar

The central conceit of Lavie Tidhar’s An Occupation of Angels is that at the end of the second world war, angels arrived and ensconced themselves in various places (often of religious significance) around the world. Although this is clearly a … Continue reading

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The Lifecycle of Software Objects – Ted Chiang

Ted Chiang’s short fiction (and it is all short, at 150 pages, his most recent novella The Lifecycle of Software Objects is his longest work to date) is marvellous stuff. Exquisitely crafted and never dull; his collection Stories of Your … Continue reading

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