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 Post subject: Reviewer Plugs 2008
PostPosted: Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:01 am 
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How come there's no reviewer plugs '08 thread yet, eh? How lax we've become. ;)

Anyhow, this week I've posted a short appreciation of Futurismic's Uxo, Bomb Dog, and a review of Mike O'Driscoll's Unbecoming (yes Andrew, finally!) that is tending towards the gargantuan. I got a bit carried away.

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Latest additions to Review Section at Whispers ( www.ookami.co.uk ):-

Lawrence Dagstine reviews Black Static #3
Terry Grimwood reviews NiteBlade #2
Peter Tennant reviews Murky Depths #2
Gareth D Jones reviews Murky Depths #3


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Latest additions to Review Section at Whispers ( www.ookami.co.uk ):-

Gareth D Jones reviews Escape Velocity #2
Tim Lieder reviews "Inferno" edited by Ellen Datlow
Jim Steel reviews "Alison" by Andrew Humphrey

And there's also my review of "Hammerhead: A Summer of Massacre" by Garry Charles, written in the form of a parody of BBC2's "Newsnight Review" :lol:


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Tim Lieder reviews "Other Voices" by Andrew Humphrey
Lawrence Dagstine reviews Polluto #1
Mario Guslandi reviews "The Curious Accounts of the Imaginary Friend" by P S Gifford


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 10:49 am 
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Latest reviews added to Pantechnicon (http://pantechnicon.net):

Interstate 60
Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
Mork & Mindy Complete Series 2
Are You Afraid of the Dark? Series 3 & 4
The Mist

The PanCast is also currently taking on each episode of Doctor Who, week by week.

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Latest Pantechnicon review is Iron Man.

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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 11:27 pm 
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Reviewed in TFF #11

    * Clare, The Cusp of Something (2007), rev. Mario Guslandi
    * Kantas, In Times of Violence (2007), rev. Craig Bellamy
    * Zangwill, The Big Bow Mystery (2007), rev. Karina Kantas
    * Nemonymous 7: Zencore (2007), rev. The Exploding Boy

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PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2008 3:42 pm 
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Well, thanks. Djibril, for arranging that review of Zencore.

Whilst writing here - appropriately on TTA where it happened - I have yet to be able to send a free Zencore to the person (Scott?) who here suggested that it be called Zencore. He has not claimed his prize.

It was only after a while that I discovered that Zencore was a trade name for a sort of herbal viagra! But it did give birth near-anagrammatically to the next Nemo: CONE ZERO and lots of fine stories on that theme!
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Latest reviews on Pantechnicon:

Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull OST
PanCast follows Doctor Who with The Doctor's Daughter reviewed in PanCast 7

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Steven Pirie reviews GUD Magazine #2
Terry Grimwood reviews Jupiter XX
Mario Guslandi reviews "Deep Inside" by Polly Frost


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Two reviews of my anthology, "SF Waxes Philosophical":

http://www.andromedaspaceways.com/book_0034.htm
http://kosmoslabbook.blogspot.com/2008/05/sf-waxes-philosophical.html

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Terry Grimwood reviews "Open Grave: The Book of Horror" by Jeani Rector
Paul McAvoy reviews "Not Dead Enough" by Joseph DiFranco

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Pre-release review of BULL RUNNING FOR GIRLS from Laird Barron here.

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Long Live The Queens! – BULL RUNNING FOR GIRLS by Allyson Bird and CHEMICAL GARDENS by Gina Ranalli
Review by Norm Rubenstein on HORRORWORLD

http://www.horrorworld.org/reviews.htm


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