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On the sci-fi online website, Charles Packer has written a 10/10 review of Douglas Thompson’s latest novel The Rhymer. He starts by pointing out that the book defies genre pigeonholing “being many things, a puzzle, contemplation on the follies of … Continue reading
On Murder Mayhem & More, there is an entertaining review of Douglas Thompson’s latest novel The Rhymer, an Heredyssey by Rowena Hoseason (who is also an Amazon Hall of Fame top 50 reviewer). The title of her review says it … Continue reading
The final part of the Dandelion Trilogy by Mike French is now available as an eBook. If you enjoyed the lyrical and surreal The Ascent of Isaac Steward and the satirical Blue Friday then you will find the conclusion Convergence … Continue reading
“intimate, sometimes intense but thought-provoking” – review of LiGa™ on British Fantasy Society website
On the British Fantasy Society website, there is a review of Sanem Ozdural’s debut novel LiGa™. After a brief description of the setting of the story, the reviewer, Richard Webb, explains how the LifeGame of the story (for which LiGa™ … Continue reading
On the Risingshadow website, Seregil of Rhimini has reviewed Mike French’s debut novel The Ascent of Isaac Steward, republished by Elsewhen Press as an eBook in April and in print last Friday. Seregil starts his review by saying “I can … Continue reading
“brings the theoretical complexities surrounding the idea of fate to life” – review of The Lost Men on The View from Here
On The View From Here website, Grace Read has written her review of David Colón’s novel The Lost Men. In her witty introduction, she says she read the book while suffering from morning sickness so it may have affected her … Continue reading
In his review of LiGa™ by Sanem Ozdural, Finnish reviewer Seregil of Rhiminee recommends this “entertaining and well written book” to all science fiction readers, because he enjoyed it very much. He praised the way that Sanem “explored human weaknesses … Continue reading
In his review of The Lost Men by David Colón on the British Fantasy Society website, Chris Limb says that David “conjures up a realistic deserted future world and the day-to-day existence of Mann [,the main protagonist]”, and his home … Continue reading
David A. Colón, author of The Lost Men, will be at FenCon IX (21-23 September) in the Crowne Plaza North Dallas