Thursday, October 18, 2007

Fantasy and Science Fiction 667 - Gordon Van Gelder

The story average for this magazine is unlikely to be topped very often I would think, coming in at a whopping 3.75. Only a couple of American mags left for the year with a shot at it, but I doubt it. Even an appropriate Halloween story.

Book columns look at a new Haldeman, and a fantasy book from Patrick Rothfuss and Richard Morgan's Black Man.

Lucius Shepard tells us to avoid Fantastic Four 2 (the best bit is the trailer), and that Swedish movies are depressing (which all of us that have SBS know already).

Very nice work, all told.

FSF667 : Osama Phone Home - David Marusek
FSF667 : Stray - Benjamin Rosenbaum and David Ackert
FSF667 : The Bone Man - Frederic S. Durbin
FSF667 : Don't Ask - M. Rickert
FSF667 : Who Brought Tulips to the Moon? - S. L. Gilbow
FSF667 : Finisterra - David Moles


Counter-terrorist chronic confession crop.

4.5 out of 5


Immortal surprise.

3 out of 5


Paranormal phenomenon's pistol packing replacement.

4 out of 5


Wolf kid recovery.

3.5 out of 5


Lunar life-leaving paperwork.

3.5 out of 5


Aeronautical gasbag butchery breakdown backup solution.

4 out of 5





5 out of 5

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