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Transition

Transition is a science fiction novel written by Iain Banks.  Fans of the author are well aware that he typically publishes his science fiction under the penetrable and unobscure nom-de-plume of Iain M. Banks.  I’m not sure why this didn’t … Continue reading

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Feersum Endjinn

I’ve read a lot of Iain Banks’ books, and all of his M. alter ego sci-fi stuff.  This was my second reading of Feersum Endjinn, and I enjoyed it just as much as the last time I read it.  It … Continue reading

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Surface Detail

I read Iain M. Banks’ previous novel, Matter, some time ago, and remember enjoying it but being immensely disappointed in the conclusion, which ought to have been thrilling, but which was, instead, a void. An act of elision and sleight … Continue reading

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