Oh, you want some more Vintage Science Fiction?
Posted January 11, 2015on:
oh, you want some more Vintage Sci Fi?
OF COURSE YOU WANT SOME MORE!
That’s good, because everyone has been posting Vintage-y reviews like crazy!
My Reader’s Block reviewed Ten Thousand Light Years From Home, a collection of short stories by James Tiptree, Jr, followed up with a review of Asimov’s Choice: Black Holes & Bug-Eyed Monsters edited by George H. Scithers, which is a collection of short fiction from Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine.
Greg at Greg’s Book Haven reviewed Ginger Star by Leigh Bracket
This is how she fight start reviews Cat Country by the Chinese author Lao She
Jean at Howling Frog Books gave Heinlein a try, and reviewed Have Spacesuit, Will Travel, her daughter enjoyed the book too! She followed that review up with Heinlein’s The Puppetmasters (one of my personal favorites!)
Over at Uncertain Tales is an in depth review of The Seeds of Time by John Wyndham
Lisa at Over the Effing Rainbow is working her way through Frank Herbert’s Dune for the first time
Joachim Boaz at Science Fiction and Other Suspect Ruminations specializes in science fiction of the vintage variety, and recently posted a review of The Hole In the Zero by M.K. Joseph
The Finch and Pea offers a review of Garrett P. Serviss’ The Second Deluge, along with historical background on the pulp short story magazines of the early 20th century
Two Dudes in an Attic reviewed Med Ship by Murray Leinster, and offers some commentary on how to approach older fiction