Drifting in and out of consciousness (oxfordhacker) wrote,
Drifting in and out of consciousness

My tweets

  • Sun, 17:19: Installed in a sprawling house of corridors on a wind-scoured ridge overlooking fields of mud delineated by snow banks. Perfect #readingweek
  • Sun, 17:36: @squigglyruth has stacks: Clarke Award Shortlist; Good; Fun; By Women. She's clearly sad they can't be overlapped in Venn piles #readingweek
  • Sun, 17:39: Adventure Time Vol 2, Ryan North. True to the source, in that it's nuggets of pure fun with charming dialogue & loopy plotting #readingweek
  • Sun, 17:45: Turbulence, Samit Basu A superhero novel just like a comic: fast-paced, action-packed, enjoyable, unsurprising, insignificant #readingweek
  • Sun, 17:52: Nod, Adrian Barnes Canadian apocalypse with a mannered style, albeit justified in text. Dark, vivid & hallucinatory, yet hollow #readingweek
  • Sun, 18:00: Intrusion, Ken McLeod A subtle nanny-state dystopia unsubtly presented, derailed by world-slip fantasy, ending disappointingly #readingweek
  • Sun, 18:08: London Falling, Paul Cornell I like grubby urban fantasy, but it's not tight, deep, lurid or witty enough to transcend mediocre #readingweek
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