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Naudsonce

by H. Beam Piper

Mostly I agree with R. Stephan (previous review), however I think the final explanation is scientifically sound and quite original. Worth reading.

Reviewed on 2007.06.18

Necahual

by Tobias Buckell

Because I grant "concession" to early sci-fi writers I expect a lot more from modern ones. The storyline is vague with an Aesop/Luddite type thread within it. Nothing special but I won't tell you not to read it.

Reviewed on 2007.06.18

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Not too bad. I've read similar and liked those too. Give it a go, it's short.

Reviewed on 2007.06.18

Picnic

by Scott Carpenter

Good portrayal of a lustful, lazy 17 year old spoilt male brat. I would have ended it differently as you might see. Worth a look.

Reviewed on 2007.06.18

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