Looking back at the best of my many excellent reads in 2014, and looking forward at what I’d like to accomplish in 2015.
The tale of a viking child stolen away to live with the elves, the murderous changeling left in its place, and the terrible fate which befalls all involved.
Abelard Lindsay, disgraced Shaper diplomat, sets out on a grand tour of the posthuman solar system, showcasing some extreme changes in our far-flung future.
In conjunction with other SF bloggers, here are eight books that I’d recommend should be added to Gollancz’s SF Masterworks series, and my reasoning why.
Virgil Finlay (1914 – 1971) was one of the dominant speculative fiction magazine artists of his day; he started doing illustrations for Weird …
A rainy night, a car skidding into the drive of a hospital, the son of a local politician dead of a heroin overdose. This triggers an intense police search for the pusher.
A modern black woman is repeatedly transported back to Maryland’s antebellum, slave-owning past in order to save the white progenitor of her family line.
At the age of 650 miles, Helward Mann begins an apprenticeship with the Futures guild that will alter the course of the city of Earth forever. (What the hell did I just read?)