Author: Ira Nayman

Review: Cairo by Gaslight

Review: Cairo by Gaslight

Cairo by Gaslight may not be the book you want it to be. Read More »

Review: Airship Hunters

Review: Airship Hunters

In post-Civil War America, military man Michael Valiantine is given the task of investigating sightings of strange, huge, impossible airships. Read More »

Review(s): ChiZine Humour Books

Review(s): ChiZine Humour Books

If you like your humour dipped in acid, these books will definitely be for you Read More »

Review: Strange World Stories by Hank Quense

Review: Strange World Stories by Hank Quense

Strange Worlds Stories is a very, very silly book. But if your taste runs to that kind of humour, you’re sure to find it very, very enjoyable. Read More »

Review: Wylding Hall Review  by Elizabeth Hand

Review: Wylding Hall Review by Elizabeth Hand

Wylding Hall is a mixed bag, but there is tremendous craft in the novella, and it can certainly be enjoyable to read. Read More »

Review: The Genome

Review: The Genome

If you have an adventuresome palate and enjoy your genres and sub-genres sliced and diced, you should find a lot to enjoy in Lukyanenko’s novel. Read More »

Review: The Memory Hunter by Jon Konrath

Review: The Memory Hunter by Jon Konrath

What brought me back to science fiction was the work of cyberpunk writers such as Rudy Rucker, Bruce Sterling and, yes, William Gibson. Read More »

Review: Queen of the World

Review: Queen of the World

A review of the opener in Ben Hennessey's Queen of the World fantasy series Read More »

Review: Roadside Picnic by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky

Review: Roadside Picnic by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky

What if aliens just aren’t that into us? Read More »

Review: Crosstown to Oblivion by Walter Mosely

Review: Crosstown to Oblivion by Walter Mosely

When I heard that Mosely had started writing speculative fiction, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on some of it. Crosstown to Oblivion is a collection of six short novels in three volumes... Read More »

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