Tag Archives: Analog

Review of The Journeyman: In the Stone House by Michael F. Flynn

The Journeyman: In the Stone House commits the same sin as Flow and Championship B’tok by telling only a piece of a larger story. But I give it a pass. Why? I could say that it sticks to one POV, … Continue reading

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Review of Championship B’tok by Edward M. Lerner

There isn’t really a problem with Championship B’tok as a story. The problem is that it isn’t a story—it’s just part of one. That larger story is likely a good one but this piece of it doesn’t work on its … Continue reading

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Review of The Triple Sun by Rajnar Vajra

As the title suggests, The Triple Sun intentionally hearkens back to Golden Age science fiction where there were aliens on Earth’s closet neighbors and we adventured among the aliens on far-off planets. The Triple Sun follows a three-person team of … Continue reading

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Review of Flow by Arlan Andrews

I don’t know if Flow is supposed to be part of a longer story, but it reads like it. Rist comes from a short, Eskimo-like folk living in a frozen land with constant cloud cover. He jumps on a chance … Continue reading

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