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Alastair Reynolds - Revelation Space - Atoz: A Speculative Fiction Book Club Po







Space opera you can use as a doorstop.



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David Bowen
David Bowen
29 de jan. de 2022

Excellent review! Reynolds is one of my faves. For short stories, I think his best are mostly in the Revelation Space universe (most of them can be found in the collection Galactic North); he has a Best of too. Great novellas include: Diamond Dogs (chilling); The Six Directions of Space (I recall it involving an alt universe space-faring Islamic empire, very cool); Troika; and Merlin's Gun (related to the short story Minla's Flowers).


On another note, Reynolds wrote the intro to the Gollancz Masterworks edition of The Book of the New Sun, speaking to what a huge influence it's always been on him. And that's really interesting because I'd have never guessed it. Still, that actually might be where his…

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