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SF and Fantasy news, reviews and opinions - Science Fiction World The first trailer for The Desolation of Smaug, film two in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit Trilogy, has arrived and whatever else can be said about Jackson's adaptation of Tolkien's beloved novel, this trailer presents an unquestionably lavish and captivating vision. Alongside familiar faces from An Unexpected Journey, we're introduced to Tauriel (Evangeline Lilly) a woodland Elf (created by Jackson and Co.) and Bard the Bowman of Dale (Luke Evans); we also get a better look at Thranduil (Lee Pace) the Elvenking, father of one Legolas Greenleaf (Orlando Bloom) who once more leaps into the fray. Best of all however we get a good glimpse of the dragon Smaug. SF and Fantasy news, reviews and opinions - Science Fiction World
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Strange Horizons, a weekly speculative fiction magazine 20 January 2014 (Reviews) FICTION: Palimpsest, by Anders Åslund They say that when neural reconstruction was new, they tested the technique on a single mind. One single mind was transferred to new bodies over and over again.

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Welcome to the Orion's Arm Universe Project Welcome to Orion's Arm, a scenario set thousands of years in the future where civilization spans the stars. Godlike ascended intelligences rule vast interstellar empires, and lesser factions seek to carve out their own dominions through intrigue and conquest. And out beyond the edge of civilized space and the human friendly worlds, adventure awaits those prepared to risk all. Come join us in this ever-expanding collective worldbuilding effort. Within the vast universe that is Orion's Arm you will find:
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The Black Star Passes - John W. Campbell The Black Star Passes - John W. Campbell The Twenty-Second century, viewed from 1930: giant propeller-driven aircraft carrying two thousand passengers across the country at 500-plus miles an hour, progressing to molecular-motion drives run by solar heat, to interplanetary voyages and war with Venus, to an "invasion" by a rogue star crossing the solar system. Few authors could maintain this pace and still make an interesting story, not just bare bones and action. John W. Campbell was one. The Black Star Passes is the first of a science fiction trilogy dubbed the Arcot-Morey-Wade series after its central characters.

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Latest news & reviews Book Review Son of the Morning by Mark Alder What would happen if you combined a detailed historical fiction novel that includes politics with Kings and Queens with that of Angels and Deamons and Devils? Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Reviews
I was starting to think that Syfy TV Show Alphas was merely forgotten news but then finally some details leak onto the internet. Alphas production has been started and a new character has been announced, played by Erin Way (Detroit 1-8-7, I <3 Vampires). Erin will play a Kat who has a cool ability to duplicate any skill she sees, even if it is for a short time it is still pretty cool. Also brought on board is Bruce Miller, former co-executive of Syfy TV show Eureka, as the new executive producer. Untold Scifi - Science Fiction Films, TV Shows | News & Trailers Untold Scifi - Science Fiction Films, TV Shows | News & Trailers
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Empty World | End of the World Fiction, Film and TV A site dedicated to fiction and film depicting the end of the world, apocalypse and nuclear war. Plague, famine, drought and war all feature….. Populations decimated, survivors struggling to re-build after the apocalyptic event……. This site has been neglected by myself for too long – I have many, many suggestions to go online along with more reviews, links, etc. I am going to upload most of what I have and then gradually REMOVE suggestions that don’t fit in with MY definition of “apocalyptic fiction”.
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It’s difficult to start off a review of An Artificial Night, because it was nothing that I expected, and everything that I needed. An Artificial Night is the third novel in the October Daye series by Seanan McGuire. The first book, Rosemary and Rue, introduces the universe and the character, while taking the readers on an insane ride and a great mystery. The second book, A Local Habitation, continues the story, advancing the characters and giving a somewhat less compelling mystery. I expected An Artificial Night to be somewhere along the lines of Rosemary and Rue, rebounding from what I’ve heard described as the weakest book in the series to bring on a long-term series. Instead, what I got was pure catharsis. Fantasy & SciFi Lovin' News & Reviews
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A man walks from the ocean at night, ropes hanging from his hands, and then… a guy with his lips sewn together. What are you up to, JJ? But I’ve been sick. I’m going in for open heart surgery in the next few weeks, and should be back on deck a month after that. Sci Fi - in a suit and tie.
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