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2013 Translation Challenge

Translated fiction is becoming much more popular these days but there are still lots of readers who ignore it. Reading international fiction is a great way to see different sides of other countries’ culture and every-day life as well as opening up a whole new…

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December Sci-Fi Link-Up

Apparently science fiction writers don’t really do Christmas. I have been trying to find you a festive read for December but going by my own rules of being easily found and not too expensive, there wasn’t really a stand out book. So here are eight…

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November Sci-Fi Link-Up

This month, I’d love to encourage you to read a book picked from the linkies from throughout the year. You can pick either one of the previous group reads or one of the many varied personal choices bloggers have been reading. I hope this might…

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October Sci-Fi Link-Up

I felt like we should have some more literary science fiction this month and Adam Roberts name pops up a lot in that area. Whilst I would like to read my gorgeous copy of Jack Glass, I have been trying to avoid picking new hardback…

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September Sci-Fi Link-Up

In the spirit of Me Month, I am picking a book for you without a democratic vote (a.k.a. last minute rush poll). Part of this sci-fi challenge was to challenge your preconceptions of the genre (how’s that working for you anyway?) and another group of…

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August Sci-Fi Link-Up

I’m sure you’re all distracted with holidays and/or Olympics (I know I was) so I asked Twitter to suggest some easy and/or fun sci-fi choices for the August group read. After a quickie poll, you decided on The End of Mr Y by Scarlett Thomas…

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July Sci-Fi Link-Up

This month’s group read, thanks to those of you paying attention last last two days, is a classic in remembrance of the late, great Ray Bradbury; Fahrenheit 451. It’s another one with an array of different covers so do let me know if you find…

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June Sci-Fi Link-Up

Thank you to everyone that shared their thoughts this month. Apparently you like the group reads even if you’re not actively taking part. However the linky entries were down after I announced the lack of monthly giveaways… Remember each review you link will count as…