Friday, March 18, 2011

NYRSF likes Objects of Worship, Napier's Bones

New York Review of Science Fiction calls Claude Lalumière's OBJECTS OF WORSHIP "potent, memorable stuff. His living dead and dead alive are quite full of soul."
They also call Derryl Murphy's NAPIER'S BONES "a clever lark full of free-wheeling adventure and odd intellectual borrowings; a sort of winking DaVinci Code for the math set bracketed in magic and uncertainty."

NYRSF is print-only, so no link here unfortunately.

Check out Objects of Worship!
And Napier's Bones!

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