Tuesday, April 25, 2006

 

New Adventure Vol 1 Review

The Spring 06 issue of Some Fantastic is now online, featuring a review of Adventure Vol 1 by Danny Adams, who has all sorts of nice things to say about the anthology. I didn't recognize Danny's name at first, but when I got to his bio at the end the penny dropped; he's the co-author of The City Beyond Play with Philip José Farmer, a novella due out later this year from PS Publishing, and which I spent yesterday afternoon reading because PS has commissioned me to write the introduction. There's no way Danny knew I'd be writing the intro when he did his review, and I had no idea he'd be reviewing Adventure when I agreed to do the intro; that said, the novella, which I'm halfway through, is so far splendid.

The other books reviewed in this issue are Orson Scott Card's Ultimate Iron Man, Vol. 1; Stephen Jones's The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror #16; Lucius Shepard's A Handbook of American Prayer; Lou Anders's Futureshocks; Justina Robson's Silver Screen; Octavia Butler's Fledgling; John Scalzi's The Ghost Brigades; and Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job. That's a whole lot of people I like and books I like even better (I just read Scalzi's TGB last week, and may like it better than I liked Old Man's War, which I loved). This is the first I've heard of Some Fantastic, but I'm really impressed with what I've seen of it so far.

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