Facade and the Power of Ambiguity

Phillip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? tells the story of Rick Deckard, a bounty hunter for the San Francisco Police Department who hunts and destroys rogue androids. The methods that the governments of Earth use to distinguish an android from a human are a bone marrow analysis and an empathy test. Both […]

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Publishing Planets: Head of Zeus

Review: We Are Satellites Sarah Pinsker, having picked up a Nebula Award and Philip K. Dick Award for her previous works, returns with We Are Satellites, a family driven novel with flavours of Black Mirror. Parents Val and Julie question what’s best for their children when their teenage son David turns up from school begging […]

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Review: Kings of a Dead World

After putting down Kings of a Dead World, you’ll find yourself short of breath, with a lot to say and unpack. Best to start by saying that Jamie Mollart’s second novel is a haunting, layered and cinematic entry into the genres of climate and dystopian fiction. On a climate-ravaged, over-populated Earth, humanity’s collective solution is […]

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A Reading Guide to Titan Books

Titan Books is quite literally a titan in the SFF publishing sphere. Going through their website alone, you pick up several additions to your TBR list before reaching a second page. This publisher consistently delivers quality and often best-selling fiction. To celebrate their catalogue, we’ve put together a reading guide of their last year of […]

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Publishing Planets: Titan Books

IN CONVERSATION WITH: Sarah Mather, Press and Marketing Officer. Across comic books, graphic novels, fiction and non-fiction, Titan Books covers a lot of ground. Can you tell us about the publisher and what makes a Titan-worthy book? Titan Entertainment Group comprises four main divisions – Forbidden Planet; Titan Books; Titan Comics/Titan Magazines; and Titan Merchandise. […]

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Review: To Sleep in a Sea of Stars

What an epic space journey! I was blown away, first by the length of To Sleep in a Sea of Stars and by Paolini’s mastery of creating such an amazing imaginary world. It actually doesn’t come as a surprise; he’s a great storyteller and will definitely make you feel part of the crew. With this […]

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