Awash with waves of science fiction and fantasy ahead of the Hugo Awards.
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Interesting novels of growing up in very different circumstances, and a bunch of crime novels.
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Some recent reading of crime fiction, including one genre crossover, a sobering non-fiction title, and the curious tale of a fox.
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Changing my scheduleJust a quick post to say that I’m finding it increasingly difficult to keep up a fortnightly schedule for two newsletters (this one and my ficti…
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A Shakespearean drama of pain and suffering which nevertheless ends well, and the satisfying completion of a long series of Victorian-era novels.
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Some interesting-looking new books, and an extended review of a recent-ish favourite.
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I become enlightened, and descend into the murky depths of the ocean.
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A torrent of murders on earth and much derring-do in outer space.
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Magical realism, satirical fantasy and hardcore science fiction this time around
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Not to mention pouring cold water on it. Yet another literary weather forecast.
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I make good progress with a self-imposed reading marathon, and really wish I was fluent in Italian.
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I talk about the best books I read in 2021, and about the stellar start I made in 2022
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