Tag: AE Van Vogt

The Blal And Other Science Fiction Monsters by AE Van Vogt (book review).

June 19, 2022 | By | Reply More
The Blal And Other Science Fiction Monsters by AE Van Vogt (book review).

There is always something a little weird finding another AE Van Vogt anthology and finding only a couple titles that I recognised. Of course, ‘The Enchanted Village’ is regarded as a classic and been reprinted all over the place. Van Vogt had an enormous back catalogue of short stories although as some of the nine […]

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Renaissance by AE Van Vogt (book review).

June 14, 2022 | By | Reply More
Renaissance by AE Van Vogt (book review).

One thing you can say about New English Library, they always had wonderful covers although not necessarily related to the contents. Then again, reading the back cover, the plot precis gets a plot element wrong. More on that next paragraph. This reality has women in charge and men kept under control by chemically treated glasses. […]

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The Beast by AE Van Vogt (book review).

May 27, 2022 | By | Reply More
The Beast by AE Van Vogt (book review).

The indicia to ‘The Beast’ by AE Van Vogt indicates this is the second issue, the first in 1964, although there is no indication whether that was an earlier paperback or the hardback release. It got reprinted under the title 1969 ‘Moonbeast’ although looking at its page count another 20 pages added. I suspect the […]

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My Favourite Character: Gilbert Gosseyn.

November 30, 2012 | By | 9 Replies More
My Favourite Character: Gilbert Gosseyn.

My Favourite Character an article series began by: GF Willmetts   This is more of a gauntlet opening time to get you telling who is your favourite character and why in our genre. We’re going to have to avoid repetition or we’re going to have far too many Spocks, Buffys, Winchesters and O’Neills. Picking out […]

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