Solaris Books

Review: The Baba Yaga by Eric Brown and Una McCormack

Review: The Baba Yaga by Eric Brown and Una McCormack

Weird Space: Baba Yaga by Eric Brown and Una McCormack is a fast paced space opera filled with colorful characters, intense suspense, and thought provoking drama. Read More »

Review: Crash, by Guy Haley

Review: Crash, by Guy Haley

Who wouldn't be discombobulated, finding oneself expelled from suspended animation amid the remains of a starship scattered across an alien world? Read More »

Review – The Kings of Eternity by Eric Brown

Review – The Kings of Eternity by Eric Brown

The Kings of Eternity is a novel with one foot happily in the mainstream and one in genre. As such it is a book which may baffle those who don’t 'get it'; a novel written unapologetically for those of us who have grown-up with genre fiction but have ... Read More »

Interview – Jonathan Oliver

Interview – Jonathan Oliver

Gary Dalkin interviews one of the hardest working editors in the UK - Jonathan Oliver Read More »

Review – The Fictional Man by Al Ewing (Solaris, 2013)

Review – The Fictional Man by Al Ewing (Solaris, 2013)

The Fictional Man, published by UK imprint Solaris, is based on an impossible conceit, one of those high concept movie-friendly ideas where one aspect of reality is altered from our world but things continue just the same. Absurd, but depending on ho... Read More »

Review: The Good the Bad and the Infernal by Guy Adams

Review: The Good the Bad and the Infernal by Guy Adams

Just about everyone loves a good western. But when you add in the Steampunk element, the story immediately evolves from the classic exploration of the frontier to a grand tale of adventure and wonder. Given the concurrent timeline of the two genres, ... Read More »