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Tag Archives: Military SF
Vintage SF Month is hosted by the Little Red Reviewer. The year is 1997. Otherwise known as the “far future” for people living in 1974. William Mandella is a bright, young physics student. Or he was, before he got drafted … Continue reading
Slow Bullets, like Perfect State, has a premise that didn’t grab me and would have kept me from reading it but for being a Hugo finalist. In this case it wasn’t the copy but the plot descriptions from some of … Continue reading
I haven’t read Ancillary Mercy or The Fifth Season yet, and I’m still reading The Aeronaut’s Windlass, but I can’t say that I’m too upset over the five Hugo Awards finalists for Best Novel. That does not mean, though, that … Continue reading
Elizabeth Bonesteel shows considerable promise in her debut. The Cold Between is an exhilarating mélange of Space Opera, Military SF, Mystery, and Romance. The Cold Between has a killer setup.