Critical Role Contender?
 

Critical Role Contender?

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Gene Wolfe 1931 – 2019
 

Gene Wolfe

(1931 – 2019)

 
A Time of Blood by John Gwynne – Spoiler Free Review
 

A Time of Blood

Spoiler Free ARC Review

 

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The Week In The World Of SFF

The Week In The World Of SFF 

Happy Thanksgiving World! So this week we’ve seen the release of the final Twilight movie. I hear it’s awful… I mean, brilliant. In fact, I hear it’s soooooo good that everyone should go and see it. Oh, you have seen it? Excelllent. Well you’re probably now in need of a quick hit of something wonderful […]

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The Week In SFF From The Web

The Week In SFF From The Web 

The last few weeks have been crazy given that we’ve had the likes of the Disney/Star Wars merger and the US election both of which have supplied us with more parodies, memes and other stupidity than we know what to do with. So, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this week was a quiet one […]

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The Latest SFF News From The Web

The Latest SFF News From The Web 

Welcome back to another round up of the best SFF news and links from the web this past week. What a crazy week this one has been! If you’re anything like me then you will have been glued to all things Obama V Romney so I’ve been sure to include a segment on elections. But […]

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The Latest SFF News From The Web

The Latest SFF News From The Web 

Welcome back to another weekly round up of the best SFF news and fun from around the web. This week we have everything from the Goodreads Awards and the Disney acquisition of all things Star Wars to an enormous Gollum and because you requested it, news straight from the publishers. To start us off, this is without […]

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Iain M. Banks Interview – Part Two

Iain M. Banks Interview – Part Two 

I recently interviewed science fiction author Iain M. Banks. If you missed it, part one is posted here. Now on to part two! When you’re writing are you one of these SF writers who likes to get all his science as correct and as plausible as possible? Oh god no. Obviously not, referring to the afore […]

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Iain M. Banks Interview – Part One

Iain M. Banks Interview – Part One 

I recently met Iain M. Banks for a long ol’ chat that ranged from his latest Culture novel The Hydrogen Sonata and Gravitas ships to The Algebraist and his porno name. When I say a long ol’ chat I mean a HUGE chat. We sat for almost an hour, and half way through I put […]

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The Best SFF From The Web – Superheroes and Spooks.

The Best SFF From The Web – Superheroes and Spooks. 

Hey there! Welcome back to our weekly round up of some of the best SFF links from around the web. Once again it’s an eclectic mix of things that I’ve found interesting, have made me laugh or I just thought you would find cool. You’ll find bed covers, Ghostbusters and many, many superheroes. In fact, […]

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Fantasy World – The Best SFF From The Web

Fantasy World – The Best SFF From The Web 

As we all know, the internet is a brilliant place to find incredibly odd and wonderful things so I figured, hey, it’s Thursday, let’s round up all that fun and have a giggle. So I’ve trawled the far reaches of the world and present for your perusal some great things to improve your day. Fancy […]

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In The Tall Grass by Joe Hill & Stephen King.

In The Tall Grass by Joe Hill & Stephen King.
4.5

With In The Tall Grass, the father and son team of King and Hill collaborate for the second time to create a short but devastating, blunderbuss shot of horror. This novella is horrific in the most disturbing way, it is written by masters of their craft and dammit, this is the good stuff. The story […]

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Spotlight on China Miéville

Spotlight on China Miéville 

Despite being the only author to have won the Arthur C. Clarke award for science fiction three times, it still remains unclear whether Miéville belongs in the sci-fi or fantasy genre. For this reason, his style is often referred to as New Weird, a fantasy genre that shies away from dragons and goblins, instead opting […]

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Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis

Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis
4.5

What is the greatest evil in modern history? Because it might not be the Nazis… We all know that the Nazis were monsters (and I did a history degree so I know what I’m on about) but there is a saying that goes something like, those who win the wars, write the history books and […]

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Dredd 3D Review

Dredd 3D Review 

Outside the city walls is the Cursed Earth, the irradiated desert world, and inside is an equally unwelcoming urban rash of slum and decay, where concrete rules and kilometre tall tenements polka-dot the city. This city stretches from Boston to Washington DC and is home to over 800 million inhabitants. Welcome to Mega City One, […]

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