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The second book in the Inspector Dreyfus Emergency series brings back the old characters, throws in a couple of new ones and invents not one, but two emergencies for the people policing the ten thousand independent habitats in the Glitter … Continue reading
This Hugo Award winner is a weird beast. I hesitate to call it a political thriller because it isn’t thrilling enough. It’s definitely not a space opera, even though it is marketed as such. It can be described as a … Continue reading
The Prefect is one of the most popular books in the Revelation Space universe. It rates marginally higher than the other books in the series on Goodreads, even though it didn’t amass as many reviews. I think the positive reception … Continue reading
Sherlock Holmes meets the Culture. This, in short, will be used by many reviewers of this Hugo-nominated novella. On a superficial level, this will hold true (after all, I’m using the same analogy), but I think there are a few … Continue reading
What would you do if you discovered the multiverse and the means to travel from one universe to another? Why, you’d invite lots of your alter egos to a convention. This mind-bogglingly simple and yet very original premise starts a … Continue reading