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Books Reviewed in Science Fiction

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In Arthur Hughes’s interesting tale Pixel, the nation’s new independence is not the only historic event during the year 1776; it is also the time when an alien comes to... Read More

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A group of murder suspects trapped together—perhaps snowbound at a hotel or confined on a ship at sea—is a convention of mystery novels. Angela Peach’s 47 adds a... Read More

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Eve's Trial

Albert James’ Eve’s Trial: The Curse is an interesting attempt at creating a cross-genre novel. Combining science fiction and erotica, James tells the story of Sheena, a... Read More

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Malevolent machines remain a mainstay in science fiction, with evil supercomputers as a well-known version of vicious manmade artificial intelligence. Calvin J. Brown’s... Read More

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Science fiction fans have to love a bad guy who likes the thought of being worshipped. Such is the character of Lozerick, who, like his father and grandfather before him, is one... Read More

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