Keeping it positive

Time for a quick update on the response to Adrift on the Sea of Rains. I post links to reviews on the reviews page as soon as I find them, but it’s still worth drawing attention to them in a separate post. And so…

The British Fantasy Society says Adrift on the Sea of Rains “combines considerable talent with a vivid imagination and serious research”. Global Junkie is especially impressed by the book’s glossary – “a brilliant reworking of the Apollo timeline we know”. SF Signal is happy that Adrift on the Sea of Rains is “doesn’t feel as clunky as some of the Analog-model science fiction extant in the field”, and goes on to say it’s “well written” and makes “excellent use of space science”. Maureen Kincaid Speller, not a fan of hard sf, nonetheless “found [it] very satisfactory” and also praised the novella’s “total accuracy and adherence to scientific likelihood”.

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