Tag Archive: Kim Stanley Robinson

Jul 19

New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson

While Kim Stanley Robinson’s New York 2140 could have done with a haircut – to the worth of 30,000 or so words – that doesn’t change the fact that it’s both enormously entertaining and has something to say. Set in a partly flooded Manhattan, with flashbacks to the boroughs of New York, KSR tells a …

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May 08

Week 18: More effing awards – but seriously I love them – and two books I liked but didn’t love

Books Read The Gracekeepers by Kirsty Logan The Night Clocks by Paul Meloy The Reflection by Hugo Wilcken Currently Reading  In the Skin of a Monster by Kathryn Barker (1) This week my review of Tade Thompson’s award-winning and fantastic début novel, Making Wolf, was published on the Strange Horizons’ website.  Here’s a quote from my …

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Jan 08

Week One: Interrupted 2015 Stats, Tonsilitis and Aurora

Book Read: Aurora by Kim Stanley Robinson Currently Reading: Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie Rather than review each book I read – a task that was becoming increasingly difficult as my reading well outpaced my writing – this year I intend to blog weekly about my literary adventures. I’m not entirely sure what form these …

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