The Forgotten Beasts of Eld by Patricia McKillip As one of Patricia McKillip’s earlier works, The Forgotten Beasts of Eld provides an interesting comparison to her first publication Riddle-Master, a dense trilogy that made the most of her trademark poetic-prose. On the other hand, The Forgotten Beasts of Eld is a relatively slim volume with […]Read More
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Posted by Stuart Starosta | Oct 14, 2015 | SFF Reviews | 1
Concrete Island by J.G. Ballard In the early 1970s, J.G. Ballard was busily creating modern fables of mankind’s increasingly urban environment and the alienating effect on the human psyche. Far from humans yearning to return to their agrarian and hunter-gatherer roots, Ballard posited that modern man would begin to adapt to his newly-created environment, but […]Read More
Posted by Sandy Ferber | Feb 12, 2014 | SFF Reviews | 0
Born With the Dead: Three Novellas About the Spirit of Man by Robert Silverberg Born With the Dead gathers together three of Robert Silverberg’s mid-career science fiction novellas into one remarkably fine collection. With a length greater than a short story or novelette but shorter than a full-length novel, these three tales clock in at around […]Read More
Posted by Sandy Ferber | Oct 10, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 0
Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said by Philip K. Dick Despondent over the failure of his fourth marriage and at the same time stimulated to fresh creativity after his first mescaline trip, cult author Philip K. Dick worked on what would be his 29th published science fiction novel, Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said, from […]Read More
Posted by Rebecca Fisher | Jun 12, 2009 | SFF Reviews | 0
The Wizard in the Tree by Lloyd Alexander All the wizards have long since departed this land for Vale Innis — but one has been left behind. When Mallory’s favorite oak tree is felled, she finds a surprising discovery inside: an old wizard named Arbican who’s desperate to follow his fellow wizards across the sea. […]Read More
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