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The New Voices Of Science Fiction edited by Hannu Rajaniemi and Jacob Weisman (book review).

September 29, 2019 | By | 2 Replies More
The New Voices Of Science Fiction edited by Hannu Rajaniemi and Jacob Weisman (book review).

The editors, Hannu Rajaniemi and Jacob Weisman, of this new anthology, ‘The New Voices Of Science Fiction’ have set out to present the new, up-and-coming authors who they expect to see more of in the coming years. Some of them are names I’m already familiar with and others are completely new to me. I’m always […]

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Invisible Planets: Collected Fiction by Hannu Rajaniemi (book review).

June 23, 2016 | By | Reply More
Invisible Planets: Collected Fiction by Hannu Rajaniemi (book review).

I first came cross Hannu Rajaniemi when I read the story ‘His Master’s Voice’ in ‘Interzone’. I remember being struck by its original voice and intriguing ideas, as well as the fact that the protagonists were a dog and a cat. His name, being quite memorable, stuck with me so when his first novel ‘The […]

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The Causal Angel by Hannu Rajaniemi (book review).

September 26, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Causal Angel by Hannu Rajaniemi (book review).

Escaping from Earth just a whisker or two ahead of the conscienceless, self-replicating Dragons unleashed on the planet by Matjek Chen of the Sobornost, gentleman thief Jean le Flambeur is finally free. His one-time captor, Mieli, is herself now a captive of the zoku. Her ship, Perhonen, torn apart by wildcode and the Sobornost’s crystal […]

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The Fractal Prince by Hannu Rajaniemi (book review).

July 29, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Fractal Prince by Hannu Rajaniemi (book review).

 Hannu Rajaniemi is a magnificent bastard of a novelist, who – to echo a line I used it reviewing his book,  http://neverenoughshelves.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/the-quantum-thief.html” his previous novel manages to both have his cake and eat it. (There’s probably a quantum physics joke in there, but let’s leave it and move on.) The universe of ‘The Fractal Prince’ […]

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