Monthly Archives: September 2007

Trudi Canavan – Black Magician Trilogy

This series was a true disappointment. There were some great threads in the story, but the dialogue and prosewas so simple, dull and obvious. The voice of the heroine didn’t come through a all. I didn’t hate these as much … Continue reading

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William Gibson – Pattern Recognition

An interesting read, but not one of my favourites. The first few chapters in particular are very tough going, however, it does get better! Hold in there. Gibson writes his heroine all messed up by jet lag, feeling like her … Continue reading

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Gridlinked – Neal Asher

I picked up this book after reading Pmarc’s list of the top ten sci fi books of the noughties. Its well worth a try. This is another one that I couldn’t put down – I’ve had a great month of … Continue reading

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