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Category Archives: Visiting Classics
I’m a bit behind on my plan to review twelve classic SF novels in 2016. Well, no surprises there – my reviewing projects always take longer than I expect them to. The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le … Continue reading
This month, I’m looking at an author whose work I already love: Philip K Dick aka PKD. The Man in the High Castle is his Hugo Award-winning 1963 alternate history novel, and arguably his most famous work (at least up … Continue reading
As planned, I’ve set the Flashbackatron to 1956 for this month’s review of classic science fiction. This time up, we have one of Alfred Bester’s two acknowledged masterworks (the other being The Demolished Man, which I’ve also not read): The … Continue reading
For my third trip back to the far reaches of distant science fiction, I’ve actually picked something written before I was born. The results were so successful I am tempted to go back even further for the next venture and … Continue reading
This is only the second review in this series and I’m already breaking my own rules – Downbelow Station (aka The Company Wars) was first published in 1981, which is after 1980 insofar as our blinkered human perspective perceives time. … Continue reading