[originally translated in 1977 as Prisoners of Power; this new translation is of the uncensored version] translated by Andrew Bromfield Chicago Review Press February 4, 2020 416 pages grab a copy This novel from the Strugatskys’ Noon Universe is not just about a space traveler from Earth crash landing on an alien planet and finding
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translated by Sally McCorry Luna Press Publishing April 10, 2020 220 pages grab a copy Winner of the 2015 Urania Award,* Francesco Verso’s BloodBusters is a heady mix of economic and political intrigue and fast-paced adventure, all circulating (pun intended!) around the unique premise that people pay their taxes in blood instead of money. As
Check out my essay on the entire Legend of the Galactic Heroes series for the Locus Roundtable here.
translated by David Frye Restless Books July 7, 2020 208 pages grab a copy A wild ride from the first page, Red Dust (Yoss’s latest novel in English) is a highly-entertaining space opera indebted to classic detective fiction. It also has an unusual protagonist in the form of Raymond, a positronic robot detective who is tasked
translated by Matt Treyvaud Haikasoru November 19, 2019 224 pages grab a copy * here be spoilers Haikasoru has done it. They’ve published all ten books in Yoshiki Tanaka’s Legend of the Galactic Heroes series in English. Sadly, this was also one of Haikasoru’s last publications, but we can take heart from the fact that