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There is No Redemption in the Sea — Dave Revisits THE SCAR!

The Scar by China Mieville, read by Gildart Jackson Length: 26 hours, 58 minutes Some books just leave a mark on you. In China Mieville’s The Scar, a character is told “Scars are not injuries…a scar is a healing. After … Continue reading

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Release Week: Gibson, Faber, Rothfuss, Martin, Rice, Shiner, and! Mieville

OCTOBER 22-28, 2014: What was already an absolutely packed release week for concurrent new releases (Gibson, Faber, Rothfuss, Martin, Rice) and already with one back-list gem (Lewis Shiner’s Frontera) includes the magnificent surprise of China Mieville’s The Scar and Iron Council finally coming to US … Continue reading

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Revisiting the regional digital divide, again

It’s been a year since I last turned too much attention to the regional digital divide, and it’s high time to give the bee’s nest another poke. There’s still! no sign of a US release for China Mieville’s Un Lun … Continue reading

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Release Week: Railsea by China Mieville; Osama by Lavie Tidhar; CS Friedman’s Magister and Coldfire trilogies; and more

For the third week in a row there are multiple major releases in the YA SF & F section, led by Railsea, a foray into a younger age category by the always brilliant China Mieville (Perdido Street Station, Embassytown, etc.). Narrated by Jonathan Cowley for Random House Audio, the … Continue reading

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Another peek overseas at Audible UK and the digital divide

Early last month, I wrote a bit about the regional digital divide, which sees Audible UK members having some excellent sf/f titles which Audible US members don’t have access to, from Elspeth Cooper’s debut Songs of the Earth, to The … Continue reading

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