The Sioux Spaceman by Andre Norton Tantor Media has published an audio version of Baen’s The Game of Stars and Comets (2009), an omnibus that contains these four novels by Andre Norton: The Sioux Spaceman (1960), Eye of the Monster (1962), The X Factor (1965), and Voorloper (1980). Each of these short novels stands alone […]Read More
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Posted by Sandy Ferber | May 3, 2018 | SFF Reviews | 2
The Swordsman of Mars by Otis Adelbert Kline A few weeks back, I had some words to say about a book that was supposedly a major inspiration for Edgar Rice Burroughs’ JOHN CARTER OF MARS series, particularly the first two of the 11: A Princess of Mars (1912) and The Gods of Mars (1913). The […]Read More
Posted by Sandy Ferber | Jun 17, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 2
The Weirdstone of Brisingamen by Alan Garner Purportedly written for children but with a strong appeal for adults as well, Alan Garner’s first novel, The Weirdstone of Brisingamen, is a swashbuckling heroic fantasy set in the present day, and one that conflates elements of Welsh, Nordic and English mythology into one very effective brew. Though […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Mar 1, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 1
Storm Over Warlock by Andre Norton Shan Lantee considers himself very lucky to be part of the Terran survey team on the planet Warlock. It’s too bad that nobody pays any attention to him. He’s the youngest and most inexperienced member of the team, so he has to do all the bad jobs that nobody […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Feb 8, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 5
Deathworld by Harry Harrison Bored by life, Jason dinAlt is a gambling man, so when a mysterious stranger offers him millions of dollars to gamble with at a government-owned casino, Jason can’t resist, even though failure will probably result in his death. (It helps that Jason has some psi talents, even though they’re a little […]Read More
Posted by Thomas M. Wagner (guest) | Nov 6, 2010 | SFF Reviews | 9
Dorsai! by Gordon R. Dickson Dickson‘s Childe Cycle future history series is one of SF’s most venerable, and is considered to be the most influential body of work in the sub-genre of military SF, whose most enthusiastic practitioners today include such familiar names as David Drake, David Weber, Rick Shelley, John Steakley, Simon R. Green, […]Read More
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