- meticulous and painfully familiar – Pen Tynan’s (sort of) review of SmartYellow™
- “a fantastical story with plenty of excitement” – review of Instrument of War on Risingshadow
- “a meaty, classic collection” – review by Brian Clegg of John Gribbin’s Don’t Look Back
- Cursed on the Prairies coming in September…
- “full-frontal, Gonzo storytelling” – review of The Janus Cycle and Dinnusos Rises on All Things Jill-Elizabeth
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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
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
“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
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
LiGa™ by Sanem Ozdural is now available in paperback from the usual retailers, or directly from the Elsewhen Press portal.
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
If you head over to the Book Oxygen web site (click here) you can see a featured excerpt from LiGa™ by Sanem Ozdural, the opening of chapter 1. If you’re hooked you can buy the eBook edition now (from any … Continue reading
This month’s postcard from the future comes from an information technology technician… * Everybody in the past thought we’d be building robots here in the future, didn’t they? Well, you got that kind of half right and half wrong I … Continue reading