Defenders by Will McIntosh How do you fight an enemy that can read your every thought, and another that has been designed and bred for war? In 2029, according to Will McIntosh’s novel Defenders, that’s the most impending question humanity needs to answer if it wants to survive. Having achieved critical acclaim in 2013 with […]Read More
SFF Author: Will McIntosh
Faller by Will McIntosh Fair warning: I’m going to reveal one plot point in my discussion that barely qualifies as a spoiler (really, the reader figures this out pretty immediately), but if you have any concerns don’t read past paragraph four (ending with “bioweapons”). Will McIntosh’s new techno thriller Faller (2016) is characterized by a unique […]Read More
Bill Capossere´s rating: 4 | Will McIntosh | Stand-Alone | SFF Reviews | | 1 comment |
There is so much free or inexpensive short fiction available on the internet these days. Here are a few stories we read this week that we wanted you to know about. “Brisk Money” by Adam Christopher (2014, $0.99 for Kindle, free at Tor.com) Ray is an electromatic man — a full-metal private investigator in 1960s […]Read More
Our weekly exploration of free and inexpensive short fiction available on the internet. Here are a few stories we’ve read that we wanted you to know about, including 2017 Nebula nominees in the short fiction categories. “What is Eve?” by Will McIntosh (April 2018, free at Lightspeed, $3.99 Kindle magazine issue) Ben and several other middle school […]Read More
Tadiana Jones, Taya Okerlund and Jana Nyman | Ilona Andrews, Will McIntosh | Short Fiction | SFF Reviews | | 4 comments |
The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011 edited by Kevin J. Anderson The Nebula Awards are one of the great institutions in science fiction and fantasy. Each year since 1965, the members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) have voted for the Best Novel, Novella (40,000-17,500 words), Novelette (17,500-7,500 words), and Short Story […]Read More
Stefan Raets (RETIRED)´s rating: 4 | Amal El-Mohtar, Connie Willis, James Patrick Kelly, Joe Haldeman, Kage Baker, Kevin J. Anderson, Kij Johnson, Michael Bishop, N.K. Jemisin, Paolo Bacigalupi, Rachel Swirsky, Richard Bowes, Saladin Ahmed, Will McIntosh | Nebula Award, Short Fiction | SFF Reviews | | 2 comments |
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