Month: August 2008

Review: Little Brother

It’s not often that I read a book that makes me smile and wince for all the right reasons. Cory Doctorow’s latest novel, Little Brother, has been available for some time now. I have had the Creative-Commons licensed on-line version

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Review: The Shack

I’ve just finished reading William P. Young’s The Shack. I’m reading it because it seems to be flavour of the month in popular christendom at the moment – which says nothing about its value, but something about its influence. Respected

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Review: Halting State

A friend recently lent me Charles Stross’ novel Halting State to read. What a fantastic little book. I fell in love with its world. Being set in the year 2017 and involving lots of technology many would say that this

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Review: The Single Issue

Al Hsu’s The Single Issue should have been called “The Person Issue.” It is a book that is meant to be about singleness – it it certainly is that – but it so well-handles the issue that it provides an

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