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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.
All the Galaxies by Philip Miller

All the Galaxies by Philip Miller

All the Galaxies Philip Miller Freight Books, 308 pages Review by Henry Northmore

Fans already know that many of the strongest works in the genre
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The Beauty by Aliya Whiteley

The Beauty by Aliya Whiteley

The Beauty Aliya Whiteley Unsung, 112 pages Review by Marija Smits

Online Exclusive. The Beauty, like other books from Unsung Stories, is somewhat unclassifiable. It
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Invasion by Luke Rhinehart

Invasion by Luke Rhinehart

Invasion Luke Rhinehart Titan, 432 pages Review by Chris Heyman

Earth is invaded by thousands of super-intelligent beach balls that want to play. This is
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Iraq+100: Stories from Another Iraq

Iraq+100: Stories from Another Iraq

Iraq+100: Stories from Another Iraq Hassan Blasim (editor) Comma Press, 224 pages Review by Chris Kelso

A nation’s literature is often shaped by historical and
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The Corporation Wars: Insurgence by Ken MacLeod

The Corporation Wars: Insurgence by Ken MacLeod

The Corporation Wars: Insurgence Ken MacLeod Orbit, 320 pages Review: Iain Maloney

Midway through Insurgence, the sequel to Dissidence and midpoint of the trilogy, Carlos
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Thought X: Fictions and Hypotheticals

Thought X: Fictions and Hypotheticals

Thought X: Fictions and Hypotheticals Edited by Dr Rob Appleby and Ra Page Comma Press, 304 pages Review by Pippa Goldschmidt

This volume is the
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The Cygnus Virus by TJ Zakreski

The Cygnus Virus by TJ Zakreski

The Cygnus Virus TJ Zakreski Dancing Star, 366 pages Review by Steve Ironside

The search for life on another world is not without its risks.
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Hold Back the Stars By Katie Khan

Hold Back the Stars By Katie Khan

Hold Back the Stars By Katie Khan Penguin Books/Doubleday Books Review: Thom Day

Carys and Max are stuck in space. They’ve somehow managed to make
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The Girl With Two Souls by Stephen Palmer

The Girl With Two Souls by Stephen Palmer

The Girl With Two Souls Stephen Palmer CSIPP, 378 pages Review by Katie Gray

In Bedlam asylum, some time in the early twentieth century, Kora
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Into the Guns by William C Dietz

Into the Guns by William C Dietz

Into the Guns William C. Dietz Titan, 336 pages Review by Duncan Lunan

Online Exclusive I opted to review Into the Guns because in it,
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