Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Tropic of Serpents – Marie Brennan

And now for something completely different. We go from “so now I’m going to whinge about poorly-characterised women for six hundred words” to a reprise of aNHoD’s “woo Victorian lady biologists!”. So indeed, woo, Victorian lady biologists. Now with 100% … Continue reading

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The Rhesus Chart – Charlie Stross

I think this is simultaneously my favourite and least favourite of the series so far. Purely story and setting-wise – YES THIS SO MUCH THIS. As I think is pretty obvious from the name/blurb/book-cover… VAMPIRES. I do rather like vampires. … Continue reading

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The Apocalypse Codex – Charlie Stross

Someone lent me books three to five, ok? There’s going to be a Stross glut. Not my fault. Well, ok, it *is* my fault, because I could have read my other book in the meantime, but since that is “Rethinking … Continue reading

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