Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Diabolical fun to be had in the depths of space!

Of course, by now you've already read Eric Brown's brilliant novel set in the world of Weird Space, The Devil's Nebula. However, for those yet to make up your mind about why you should give this rip-roaring space-opera adventure a try, those fine folk at Mass Movement magazine state the case very clearly.

"Part Heinlein, part Harrison, part Lovercraft, part Lumley, but so much more than the sum of its parts, The Devil's Nebula is pulp science fiction for the twenty-first century."

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