Tag: W. Michael Gear

Pariah (Donovan series book 3) by W. Michael Gear (book review).

July 3, 2022 | By | Reply More
Pariah (Donovan series book 3) by W. Michael Gear (book review).

In the early days of pulp Science Fiction many of the aliens encountered were bipedal, built on the human structural model. Somehow they managed to speak English, so communication wasn’t a problem. Their minds worked in a similar way to ours. It was convenient. It meant the writer could get on with the action. True, […]

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Outpost (Donovan book 1) by W. Michael Gear (book review).

August 18, 2020 | By | Reply More
Outpost (Donovan book 1) by W. Michael Gear (book review).

When a writer changes genres, the after-effects can be either good or bad. There is a distinct danger that the readership built up will not be enamoured with the change in direction. Conversely, the new readers may discover areas of literature they hadn’t thought of trying before. It gives publishers a headache as well as […]

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