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For the most part, Morden's writing is concise and fluid. Many of the scenes, particularly the action sequences, are very well done, almost cinematic in scope. This book would actually make a really good summer blockbuster popcorn movie. Chris Welch, for the 2006 World Fantasy Award. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Simon Morden is a British science fiction author, best known for his Philip K. Dick Award-winning Metrozone series of novels set in post-apocalyptic London. Morden was educated as a scientist, attaining a BSc (Hons) in Geology from the University of Sheffield and his PhD in Geophysics from Newcastle University.
Grim sci-fi/horror story well done by Morden, but I feel like I've read/seen this story - or versions of it - before. Still, an interesting tale that makes you want to see what happens next.
com's Simon Morden Author Page. Simon has written eight novels and novellas
com's Simon Morden Author Page. Simon has written eight novels and novellas. The wonderfully tentacular Another War (2005), was shortlisted for a World Fantasy Award, and 2007 saw the publication of The Lost Art, which was shortlisted for the Catalyst Award. The first three books starring everybody's favourite sweary Russian scientist, Samuil Petrovitch (Equations of Life, Theories of Flight, Degrees of Freedom) were published in three months of each other in 2011, and collectively won the Philip K Dick Award - the fourth Petrovitch, The Curve of the Earth, was published in 2013.
This book would actually make a really good summer blockbuster popcorn movie. - Chris Welch, Hellnotes.
Samuil Petrovitch is a survivor
Samuil Petrovitch is a survivor. He survived the bombs falling on St. Petersburg and made it to the London Metrozone-one of the last free cities. Proof: Secrets like how to make anti-gravity for one. For another, he's keeping a sentient computer program on a secret server farm - the same program that nearly destroyed the Metrozone a few months back. Theorem: The city is broken. Proof: The people of the OutZone want what citizens of the Metrozone have.
Another War is an early novella, published in the UK by Telos Publishing in 2005, by the British writer Simon Morden, who . A further book in the series, The Curve of the Earth, was published last year
Another War is an early novella, published in the UK by Telos Publishing in 2005, by the British writer Simon Morden, who has since come to prominence with the Philip K. Dick Award-winning Metrozone series, Equations of Life, Theories of Flight, Degrees of Freedom (all Orbit, 2011). A further book in the series, The Curve of the Earth, was published last year