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TDW: Science fiction and videogames go hand-in-hand. Worldbuilding is thus vital. Fantastic future worlds are the perfect places to run and gun and kill bug-eyed aliens. In fact the immense worldbuilding in videogames has spawned writing in the forms of novels, such as the Halo series. It’s truly the worldbuilding of videogames that is so strong and […]
TDW: Over the course of 2011/2012 I discovered, devoured and obsessed about China Miéville’s writing. The problem is that now I think I may have moved on and his latest collection of short stories, Three Moments of an Explosion, fell flat. Not totally flat, but lacking the raging fire of intensity I know and love. There are […]
Every month we bring you five things that we think are cool. Because that’s how we roll. You may also have this opinion once you check them out. Are you aware of cool things yourself? Let us know below! 1. Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix Mark: A few months ago I was all super-heroed out. Marvel […]
‘The secrets gusted about the streets with the leaves and litter, thick enough in the air to choke me.’ This one sentence is a good indication of both the style and the substance of Margo Lanagan’s Sea hearts, published in the US and UK as The Brides of Rollrock Island. There’s something very claustrophobic about […]
Every month we bring you five things that we think are cool. Because that’s how we roll/ You may also have this opinion once you check them out. Are you aware of cool things yourself? Let us know below!
TDW: Kim Stanley Robinson’s latest book is called Aurora. I have read it and enjoyed it, and recommend it all my fellow lovers of hard science fiction. Published by Orbit, the hardcover version is 480 pages long, its ISBN is 9780316098106 and its dimensions are 6.2 x 1.5 x 9.5 inches. It currently has 55 Amazon reviews for […]