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Ian McDonald’s Cyberabad Days

Tammy Moore penned this review. In Cyberabad Days, author Ian McDonald returns to the technologically brilliant, parched and i-Dusty India of 2047, an India first visited in his award-winning novel River of Gods. The seven stories collected in this volume … Continue reading

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Ian McDonald’s  River of Gods

As I write this, one of the givens is that the next country that will arise to challenge the United States’ role as the world’s sole superpower will be China. This attitude has crossed the boundary from news to popular … Continue reading

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Salman Rushdie’s The Ground Beneath Her Feet

The world is groping for a new mythology, one that makes sense in a world that has seen nuclear devastation and sent humans to the moon; a world that encompasses both communications satellites and children starving to death in the … Continue reading

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Torchwood’s Golden Age audiobook

Golden Age is the story of Torchwood India and what happened to it. It is my belief that the best of all the Torchwood were the audio dramas made by BBC during the run of the series. Please note that … Continue reading

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