Tag Archives: M. John Harrison

Review: M. John Harrison – Empty Space: A Haunting (2012)

8.5/10 Also in this series: Light (2002) Nova Swing (2006) Empty Space is the third and final entry in M. John Harrison’s magisterial Kefahuchi Tract series. Loosely connected to the previous books, Empty Space follows three timelines which feature characters … Continue reading

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M. John Harrison – You Should Come With Me Now (2017) Review

Stories of Ghosts This new collection features some two dozen short stories and an equal amount of one-page flash-fiction, which could also be called prose poetry. Many of these appeared on Harrison’s blog over the past decade, but he arranged … Continue reading

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M. John Harrison – Nova Swing (2006) Review

Also in this series: Light (2002) Harrison does not write science fiction – he writes an abstraction of science fiction. Instead of meddling in genre fiction, he could be writing instead about a seedy café in the gritty harbors of … Continue reading

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M. John Harrison – Light (2002) Review

Although M. John Harrison writes SF and Fantasy fiction, he often places himself outside of the current trends and subgenres. He often writes against the genres, instead of being part of them. When Fantasy authors were busy writing Tolkien inspired … Continue reading

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M. John Harrison – The Centauri Device (1975) Review

The Centauri Device is one of those books that had a huge impact on the development of science fiction as a genre, but it is relatively obscure and unread. Even the author, M. John Harrison, let it be known that … Continue reading

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