Pulled from the forests of the Jurassic as an artist, called back to a totalitarian dystopia, trained to kill, and sent back into the past—Eddie Bush has become an unlikely assassin with an unpredictable future.
In case you hadn’t heard, Brian Aldiss passed away in the early hours of Saturday the 19th, having just celebrated …
Tens of thousands of years into the far flung future, the Earth has become a veritable hothouse, home to new forms of plant life that threaten humanity with extinction.
When humanity finds another spacefaring race wallowing in mud and its own excrement, its unpleasant characteristics cause human scientists to question its intelligence.
Long after the Accident sterilized humans (and most other big mammals), 56-year-old Greybeard and his wife tour an England overrun by madness and entropic nature.
Poul Anderson’s “No Truce With Kings,” Jack Vance’s “Green Magic,” stories by Richard Matheson, Vance Aandahl, Sinichi Hoshi, Jaunita Coulson and Marion Zimmer Bradley.
The best novel I’ve read so far in 2012, and one of the best ’50s novels around. A very complex novel that can’t be explained away in a short two-sentence excerpt.