Tag Archives: Alastair Reynolds

Diamond Dogs, Turquoise Days, Alastair Reynolds (Gollancz, 2003)

Diamond Dogs, Turquoise Days is a collection of two novellas by Alastair Reynolds set in his Revalation Space universe. Each story stands alone, though both are subtly linked to create an enjoyable book and a good addition to the series. Continue reading

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Absolution Gap, Alastair Reynolds (Orion Publishing, 2003)

Absolution Gap, by Alastair Reynolds, is the final installment in the Inhibitor Trilogy set in his Revelation Space universe. While I enjoyed reading this book, I didn’t enjoy finishing it; it did not quite give me the sense of closure that I had hoped for. Even so, it remains a very good read. (for a more in depth review go to http://www.sophyanempire.wordpress.com) Continue reading

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