Tag Archive: Marguerite Reed

Mar 27

Two Winners

The winners for both the Philip K. Dick and the British Science Fiction Awards have been announced. In the case of the PKD the award went to Ramez Naam for his book Apex.  Marguerite Reed took home a special citation (I suppose second place) for her novel Archangel. I really didn’t like Nexus, the first book in …

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Jan 29

Week 4: Opposities attracts, Immigration and Fun and Familiarity

Books Read Archangel by Marguerite Reed Windswept by Adam Rakunas Currently Reading After the Saucers Landed by Douglas Lain (1) The big news this week, at least from a literary standpoint, was that Frances Hardinge won the 2015 Costa Book of the Year for her novel The Lie Tree. I’ve only read one of her books, …

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Jan 13

The nominees for this year’s Philip K. Dick Award have been announced

The PKD is the first genre award for the year and celebrates the best original paperback published in the previous year.  This years nominees, announced while I was fast asleep, look something like this: EDGE OF DARK by Brenda Cooper (Pyr) AFTER THE SAUCERS LANDED by Douglas Lain (Night Shade Books) (R)EVOLUTION by PJ Manney …

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