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I read Robert Harris’s Fatherland on my return from Germany. I spent the entirety of my stay there in Berlin, just south of the Reichstag, with a view over the Tiergarten and the Holocaust Memorial. Over the few days I … Continue reading

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The Years of Rice and Salt

I was recently one of a party of three who wended our way to London to see Iain Banks and Kim Stanley Robinson (KSR) read from their own, and each other’s, work and to answer questions thoughtfully and entertainingly at … Continue reading

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