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Tag: Immanion Press

Greyglass by Tanith Lee (book review).

February 26, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Greyglass by Tanith Lee	(book review).

There are some novels where the human characters seem less important than the place in which the story is set. This can be a landscape, a planet or a house. In Frank Herbert’s ‘Dune’ it is very much the planet that is the hero. Without the broad sweep of desert and the creatures that live […]

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Burying Brian by Steven Pirie (book review).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Burying Brian by Steven Pirie	(book review).

Humour is a very transitory thing and each of us have a different idea of what we find funny. Our tastes change as we get older. Visual humour can be reasonably universal. Whether we want to, be all tend to laugh at the pratt-all, partly out of embarrassment, partly because we are glad it wasn’t […]

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Song Of The Sulh by Maria J. Leel (book review).

November 27, 2012 | By | Reply More
Song Of The Sulh by Maria J. Leel	(book review).

Names are vitally important in any work of fiction, whether they are the names of people or places. Choose the wrong ones and the credibility of the whole plot can be compromised. With fantasy or off-world SF involving aliens, the main consideration is to appear consistent. Many authors do this well and take great care […]

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