Category: Reviews

Shoreline of Infinity Reviews

The latest reviews are published in the current issue of Shoreline of Infinity.
In this corner of the Shoreline of Infinity galaxy you will find reviews that were originally published in the magazine, and a few that are exclusive to the website. We are always open to suggestions of science fiction books (and occasionally science fact) to review, and are also always on the look out for reviewers, so please get in touch via our Review Submissions Page.

Revenger by Alistair Reynolds

Revenger Alastair Reynolds Hachette, 411 Pages Review: Benjamin Thomas

Pirating on the high seas: Except here the seas are leagues of space and these ships
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The Dancer by Rab Ferguson & The Speckled God by Marc Joan

The Dancer Rab Ferguson Unsung Shorts, 22 pages

The Speckled God Marc Joan Unsung Shorts, 38 pages

Review: Iain Maloney

Online Exclusive Here at Shoreline
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The 1000 Year Reich by Ian Watson

The 1000 Year Reich Ian Watson NEWCON Press, 248 pages Review: Ian Hunter

By my reckoning, Ian Watson has published over 30 novels since his
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Invisible Planets by Hannu Rajaniemi

Invisible Planets: Collected Fiction Hannu Rajaniemi Gollancz, 248 pages Review: Iain Maloney

Short story collections tend to fall into one of two categories. Either the
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Nod by Adrian Barnes

Nod Adrian Barnes Titan, 272 pages Review: Noel Chidwick

“All the old words are waking up and rubbing their eyes!” Adrian Barnes has a slick
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You Don’t Belong Here by Tim Major

You Don’t Belong Here Tim Major Snowbooks, 320 pages Review: Steve Ironside

Online Exclusive Time-travel stories generally fall into two main camps. They’re either a
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HostBods by Tendai Huchu

HostBods Tendai Huchu Future Fiction, 46 pages Review: Iain Maloney

Online Exclusive Tendai Huchu, author of The Hairdresser of Harare and The Maestro, The Magistrate
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Drowned Worlds: Tales from the Anthropocene and Beyond

Drowned Worlds: Tales from the Anthropocene and Beyond Jonathan Strahan (editor) Solaris, 381 pages Review: Duncan Lunan

Online Exclusive. Drowned Worlds takes its inspiration from
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Behind the Throne by K B Wagers

Behind The Throne K.B. Wagers 432 Pages Orbit Books Review by Benjamin Thomas

K.B. Wagers’s debut science fiction novel Behind the Throne, the first in
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Bedlam & Belfrey, Intergalactic Attorneys at Law: The First Dozen by Glen Cadigan

Bedlam & Belfrey, Intergalactic Attorneys at Law: The First Dozen Glen Cadigan Self-published, 348 pages Review: Thom Day

Online Exclusive Presented together here are the
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