Reviews

Pandora and the Flying Dutchman

August 10, 2010

Review by Stephen Theaker A story of fate, passion, jealousy, suicide, bullfighting and translation from 1950, Pandora and the Flying Dutchman takes place twenty years [...]

Sons of Dorn, Chris Roberson

July 20, 2010

Review by Steve Dean The Imperial Fists space marines are recruiting. Instead of a major leafleting campaign and some adverts on the telly, the Imperial Fists land in a war [...]

Dark Creed, Anthony Reynolds

July 18, 2010

Review by Steve Dean Apostle Marduk of the Word Bearers finds a device in a necron tomb. To cut a long story short he switches it on while attacking a warp gate held by the [...]

A Thousand Sons, Graham McNeill

July 16, 2010

Review by Steve Dean Another of those damned Horus Heresy books. Magnus the Red is loyal to the Emperor, but he and his legion, The Thousand Sons, are known to use witchcraft [...]

The Dinner Party

July 13, 2010

Review by Stephen Theaker This semi-sequel to real-life events begins with a group of Australian students being cautioned and interviewed about the evening of 12 September [...]

Enemy of the Good (Postscripts 19)

July 12, 2010

Review by Paul Campbell The title story of this anthology sees our intrepid anti-hero, thief Luff Imbry, crashlanding (after an interminable 6 pages) in a desert where a [...]

Decay Inevitable, Conrad Williams

July 10, 2010

Review by Paul Campbell I decided to read this novel cold, foregoing the publisher’s blurb on the back cover. The story follows two small groups of characters whose [...]
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