Tag: Simon Morden

At The Speed Of Light by Simon Morden (book review).

January 6, 2022 | By | Reply More
At The Speed Of Light by Simon Morden (book review).

‘At The Speed Of Light’ by Simon Morden is a standalone novella that is a crossover between space opera and hard Science Fiction. This is a rarity and therefore to be enjoyed for its freshness of approach. Does it deliver? Corbyn wakes up in a hibernation tank covered in gel with a voice giving him […]

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The Curve Of The Earth by Simon Morden (book review).

November 26, 2020 | By | Reply More
The Curve Of The Earth by Simon Morden (book review).

‘The Curve Of The Earth’ by Simon Morden is the fourth Metrozone novel featuring Doctor Samuel Petrovitch, a genius with plenty of Russian swearwords in post-apocalyptic London. By the start of this novel, Samuel Petrovitch has acquired various cybernetic replacements and a built-in AI, Michael, also known as the ‘New Machine Jihad’. He is part […]

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Equations Of Life (Metrozone Sequence Trilogy book 1) by Simon Morden (book review).

March 17, 2020 | By | Reply More
Equations Of Life (Metrozone Sequence Trilogy book 1) by Simon Morden (book review).

‘Equations Of Life’ by Simon Morden is the first novel in the ‘Metrozone Sequence Trilogy’. Samuil Petrovitch is a Russian living in a container in a domik at South Clapham. It is where poor people live and he, as a university physics researcher and computer programmer, does not earn that much money. The domiks, heaped […]

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