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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.

Sailor to a Siren - Zoe Sumra

Sailor to a Siren – Zoe Sumra

Sailor to a Siren Elsewhen Press, 272 pages Reviewed by Samantha Dolan This novel is Zoe Sumras’ debut and you can tell that she didn’t
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The Death and Life of Schneider Wrack  by Nate Crowley

The Death and Life of Schneider Wrack by Nate Crowley

Abaddon, 400 pages Review by S-J McGeachy When a book’s prologue consists of quotations from Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Eric Morecombe you hope for a
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New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson

New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson

New York 2140 Kim Stanley Robinson Orbit, 618 pages Review by Callum McSorley

New York, New York, it’s a helluva town! So goes the song,
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Infinity Wars by Jonathan Strahan

Infinity Wars by Jonathan Strahan

Infinity Wars Jonathan Strahan Rebellion, 356 pages Reviewed by Ian Hunter

It was inevitably, I suppose, given that the previous five entries in Jonathan
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Too Like the Lightning by Ada Palmer

Too Like the Lightning by Ada Palmer

Too Like The Lightning Ada Palmer Tor, 432 pages Review by Eris Young

It is the year 2454, and the invention of flying cars has
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Off Beat: Nine Spins on Song

Off Beat: Nine Spins on Song

Off Beat: Nine Spins on Song Wicked Ink Books, 256 pages Review by Benjamin Thomas

Off Beat: Nine Spins on Song is a
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Walkaway by Cory Doctorow

Walkaway by Cory Doctorow

Walkaway Cory Doctorow Head of Zeus, 504 pages Review by Joanna McLaughlin

What would happen if instead of trying to improve a corrupt society
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Carapace by Davyne DeSye

Carapace by Davyne DeSye

Carapace Davyne DeSye Illuminus, 338 pages Review by Steve Ironside

Some books you regret picking up, some are just a joy to read, and some
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The Delirium Brief by Charles Stross

The Delirium Brief by Charles Stross

The Delirium Brief Charles Stross Orbit, 435 pages Review by Duncan Lunan

The press release for this novel begins "James Bond meets H.P.
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Under the Pendulum Sun by Jeannette Ng

Under the Pendulum Sun by Jeannette Ng

Under the Pendulum Sun Jeannette Ng Angry Robot, 416 pages Review by Marija Smits

The central premise of Under the Pendulum Sun is a strong
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