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the Dark shall do what Light cannot released in paperback today

the Dark shall do what Light cannot, the second novel in the LiGa series by Sanem Ozdural is available from today in a paperback edition. Following on from the critically acclaimed LiGa™, this new novel reveals more about the secretive … Continue reading

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Lawyer’s new novel examines rights, responsibilities and justice in a place beyond the Light Veil

As in fellow lawyer Sir Thomas More’s Utopia, Sanem Ozdural combines elements of science fiction and fantasy to provide a setting in which to consider the limitations of the power of the state, in her new novel, the Dark shall … Continue reading

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“prepare to be entangled” – review of Entanglement on British Fantasy Society website

On the British Fantasy Society website, Richard Webb has reviewed Entanglement by Douglas Thompson. Describing the episodic nature of the story where each new world is presented as a separate chapter akin to a short story, he says that several … Continue reading

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“a clever book, packed with ideas” – Review of Entanglement on Vicky Thinks

On her blog Vicky Thinks, Victoria Hooper has just reviewed Entanglement by Douglas Thompson. She says she “found most of the stories fun and interesting, with a good mix of tense, thoughtful, dreamy, funny and absurd” and goes on to … Continue reading

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“I wish there were more science fiction like it” – review of Entanglement at Sein und Werden

In the REviews  section of the website of the Sein und Werden literary magazine, Mat Joiner has written about Entanglement by Douglas Thompson. After outlining the structure of the book and noting that it “can be read as either an … Continue reading

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“enthralling science fiction” – review of Entanglement on sci-fi online

Charles Packer reviewed Entanglement by Douglas Thompson on the sci-fi online website, describing it as “”. Remarking that any reader of Douglas’ previous work will be prepared for a multi-layered experience, he says “each story illuminates as much about the human condition … Continue reading

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“Fantastic sci-fi humour” – review of Welcome to the Multiverse… on Risingshadow

On Risingshadow.net, Seregil of Rhiminee reviews Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience) by Ira Nayman, which he describes as “one of the funniest sci-fi books I’ve ever read”.  He enjoyed the fact that the book is full of  “clever … Continue reading

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“effortlessly engaging” – review of Entanglement on The Horror Zine

Over on The Horror Zine, Ian Hunter has reviewed Entanglement by Douglas Thompson. He describes it as “a novel that will live inside the mind of the reader long after the back cover has been closed”.  Although Entanglement is categorised by … Continue reading

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“brimming with ideas” – review of Entanglement on Warpcore SF

Ros Jackson reviewed Entanglement by Douglas Thompson on Warpcore SF.  She says there’s “something very Golden Age” about it, capturing “that sense of wide-eyed wonder and endless possibilities”.  As the astronauts (or, in the terminology of the story, duplinauts) make … Continue reading

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Postcard From The Future #10

Our final postcard from the future comes from Professor Saul Deveraux himself, inventor of the Retro-Temporal acceleration technology being deployed at Geneva’s ‘Even Larger Hadron Collider’ to send messages back in time… * I hope you’ve enjoyed the previous nine … Continue reading

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