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reviewed Flashback by Dan Simmons. April 01, 2012
Flashback by Dan Simmons
Let me begin here: that my slog to page 380 of Dan Simmons’ Flashback was a ribbon-deserving effort. Up until that point, tantalized by the intriguing synopsis at The Science Fiction Book Club that …
reviewed Hyperion. July 29, 2011
posted in SF Signal
Just finished the series. Absolutely epic reads. The last two are definitely inferior to the first two books, but Simmons does a nice job coming full circle at the end and answering some of the mysteries …
reviewed Hyperion. May 29, 2011
posted in SF Signal
I’m slowly working through The Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons, and I feel it’s appropriate to revisit the first book, Hyperion, before I review the second book. First off, I …
posted a Quick Tip about Hyperion. April 04, 2011
   I am one of the few people who don't see to love the Hyperion series.  This first in the series is pretty solid but overall I find the entire series disjointed and uneven.
posted a Quick Tip about Hyperion. March 10, 2011
posted in SF Signal
I loved this when it first came out but I don't think it has held up as well as other books from the time.
posted a Quick Tip about Hyperion. February 22, 2011
posted in SF Signal
   a strange blend of fantasy and science fiction which did not really appeal to me
reviewed Olympos. March 14, 2009
Olympos by Dan Simmons is the sequel to Ilium. It is a sprawling and adventurous science fiction novel set in the far future. Olympos literally picks up right where Ilium left off. I strongly advise readers …
reviewed Ilium. March 02, 2009
For the most part I enjoyed Illium but there are also a lot of drawbacks to it as well. Before launching into a critique a short synopsis of the plot will set the stage. Well, maybe not so short but as …
reviewed Hyperion. September 12, 2000
This is a very entertainng read - well constructed and thought out science fiction which ranks it up there with "Dune" and "Ender's Game". What is particularly appealing is the way each character unfolds …
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