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Morlock Night – K. W. Jeter

Morlock Night is K. W. Jeter’s 1979 sequel to the classic time travel novel, The Time Machine. I’ve always been a little wary of posthumous sequels, and indeed novels written late in an authors life with another (this having read … Continue reading

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The Dream Years – Lisa Goldstein

Lisa Goldstein’s 1985 novel, The Dream Years was a recommendation from Kev McVeigh following the announcement of a new set of books to be added to the Gollancz SF Masterworks and following from the discussions at Torque Control regarding women … Continue reading

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How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe – Charles Yu

Charles Yu’s début novel, How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe follows the protagonist (Charles Yu) as he goes about his business of repairing faulty time-machines and writing a book called How to Live Safely in a Science … Continue reading

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Ward Moore – Bring the Jubilee (SF Masterworks)

Ward Moore’s Bring the Jubilee is one of the key works of alternate history SF. It tells that, by now, hoary old tale of “what if the south won the American civil war?” The narrator of the novel (born in … Continue reading

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