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Pages C1-C1. Back Matter Pages Where did you think the name of the Babylon 5 character came from? Like Liked by 1 person. It took me way to long to read this short novel, but it is finally finished. Redhead January 3, at pm. My first vintage review, The Time Machine by H. January 7, at am. In a […].
Hope still okay. January 10, at am. Another week, another Hugo Winner. Just posted a review of Enterprise: Stardust by K. Hello Just wanted to add my latest, Positronic Man — which I loved! January 16, at am. January 17, at am. Deliciously entertaining. Just posted my review of H. This kept me busy for a while! Double Star, by Robert A. Heinlein, An actor is press-ganged into interstellar politics; I really liked this one!
There is a strong sense of the fantastic, and of the fact that […]. Share […]. Two in a row! Philip K. I am […]. Something that has been missing from science fiction is the old pulp round robin story. And also one […]. January 29, at am. I […]. Good times!
My first review of is now posted. It is the second book in the Perry Rhodan series. Original publishing date: Check out the details here, here and here. With the new year come two new projects that Two Dudes is proud to be a part of. This will be a fun month-long excursion into the past, where a […]. Redhead January 5, at am. Also, Alien is one of my all time favorite movies! After a brief stomach virus setback, I got my first post up! I assume this is the best place to pimp a link, so here goes! My first review is up!
Vintage SciFi Not-a-Challenge
First published in hardback in , […]. I liked it. I have reviewed Little Fuzzy, by H. Hoping to get to this as part of the Vintage Sci fi but realistically might not manage it — it does look rather chunky to say the least! Maybe […]. January 14, at am. I chose Brian Stableford, […]. Redhead January 22, at pm. I reviewed The Caves of Steel by Isaac Asimov, a cross genre novel blending mystery and science fiction.
Just read and reviewed Earth Abides. Nothing like a little end of the world to help pass those winter days….
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Firstly, vintage sci fi — currently being hosted by Andrea at the Little Red Reviewer. Two, it counts as an entry for my Sci Fi reading experience being hosted by Carl at Stainless […]. It will have to suffice however; I can only hope this is worthy to be my final Vintage SciFi Not-a-Challenge contribution.
And […]. My review of H.
Beyond that, I still have a […]. Anyway, my blogging friend the little red reviewer encourages us to read Vintage Science Fiction in January. So I thought about it and selected a few items, one of which is the first […]. Second book! January is Vintage Sci-fi month, after all. It is probably just as well I no longer live in New York.
I used to work one subway […]. Redhead January 9, at pm. Cuz I love this kind of stuff! Anton January 9, at pm. Redhead January 16, at am. Third book: Dangerous Visions 3 by Harlan Ellison, ed. Here I go again! The Dying Earth go big or go home, right? The Stars My Destination aka Tiger! Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky — my first one for the event, but not the last! Rite of Passage by Alexei Panshin — finally got my review up! MacDonald A particularly good short story collection. Big thanks to Little Red for hosting this vintage sci-fi experience and for letting me read some […].
I had intended to read a few more vintage sci-fi novels during the month to participate, but the […]. I finished Dune and enjoyed it a lot. I did a poor job of participation on that front, having not yet finished the […]. I had such a good time! Redhead September 29, at am.