the Little Red Reviewer

Vintage SciFi link round up!

Posted on: January 24, 2015

Looking for some more Vintage SciFi goodies? I’ve got you covered!  Remember, it’ll be a lot easier for everyone to find your post if you link to it in the “Vintage SciFi Not-a-Challenge” tab up top, or tweet it with hashtag #VintageScifi

check these out!

 

Bruce Baugh reviewed Leigh Brackett’s The Long Tomorrow

Over at The Bastard Title is a fantastic review of Her Smoke Rose Up Forever by James Tiptree Jr.

Tethyan Books enjoyed the Retro Hugo Award winning Farmer in the Sky by Robert Heinlein

Over the Effing Rainbow continues reading through Frank Herbert’s Dune.

Science Fiction Times reviews Isaac Asimov’s first published story, “The Callistan Menace”

Book Haven reviews StarMan’s Son by Andre Norton, and suggests this title as a great starting point for her work

Over at Dab of Darkness, Nlrymrtl reviews the audio books of Possible to Rue by Piers Anthony, and “The Book of Beasts”, which was written in 1900 by E. Nesbit

At The Finch and Pea is an in depth review of The Night Land by William Hope Hodgson

Bookishly Witty reviews The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury

My Reader’s Block reads the terrifying Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham

Susan Hated Literature offers a review of Inverted World by Christopher Priest (also? gorgeous cover art!)

Pornokitch entertainingly discusses the History of the Hugo and Nebula awards

 

 

 

2 Responses to "Vintage SciFi link round up!"

Oops, I forgot to tweet about it at the time, but I read After London by Richard Jefferies (1885). Wrote about it here: http://www.bookpunks.com/early-apocalyptic-lit-london-richard-jefferies-1885/

Am currently reading Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel Defoe and am behind on the other things I am planning to read. Faster, faster!

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From the chorus in my imagination, here is a different voice: http://fiftywordstories.com/2015/01/30/bob-mcneil-a-presaged-day-ago/
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some of the books reviewed here were free ARCs supplied by publishers/authors/other groups. Some of the books here I got from the library. the rest I *gasp!* actually paid for. I'll do my best to let you know what's what.
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