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Review Stranger to the Moon, Evelio Rosero

Evelio Rosero’s chilling dystopian parable, Stranger to the Moon, is like the detailed, imaginative nightmare of a fantastic surrealist painting by Max Ernst, populated by the bizarre and often monstrous figures of a creation by […]

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Review Dreamtime, Venetia Welby

Venetia Welby’s futuristic second novel, Dreamtime, has an altogether different atmosphere and resonance to her first, Mother of Darkness, set in London’s Soho. Both novels, however, feature central characters in crisis seeking to put themselves […]

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Review Fox, Anthony Gardner

BookBlast reviews Fox by Anthony Gardner, a fast-paced and entertaining topical satire on our surveillance society and the British government’s tendency to grovel to global superpowers. “Frank and Anna’s day was one of mixed fortunes. […]

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Review Tinderbox, Megan Dunn

BookBlast Review of Tinderbox, a debut novel by Megan Dunn. “In the wake of Amazon’s Kindle it seemed unlikely that books would ever be banned: instead books are commodified, turned into movies and TV series, rated […]

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