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Review: Elder Race (2021) by Adrian Tchaikovsky

8.5/10 Let me bring out that old, chewed-out saying by Artie Clarke. Say it with me now: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Yes, and boy does Adrian Tchaikovsky play with it here. Elder Race (2021) is a … Continue reading

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Adrian Tchaikovsky – Shards of Earth (2021) Review

8/10 Tchaikovsky goes in big in his prologue as he talks about a moon-sized eldritch space horror, an Architect, emerging from unspace, and giant fleets in which more than one alien race is present, and a main character named Solace, … Continue reading

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Review: Adrian Tchaikovsky – Children of Ruin (2019)

6.5/10 Slight spoilers for Children of Time How could a book about terraforming, uplifted species, evolution, alien communication and large timescales be so hard to get through? Children of Ruin is the sequel to the successful science fiction novel Children … Continue reading

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Adrian Tchaikovsky – Children of Time (2015) Review

Tchaikovsky’s Children of Time is a very popular SF novel of the last few years and is set to become a classic solo novel in the genre. Much in the way Niven and Pournelle’s The Mote in God’s Eye (1974) … Continue reading

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