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Greg Van Eekhout
Greg van Eekhout writes novels for adults and young readers, typically characterized by mayhem, banter, weirdness, and action. His first novel, Norse Code, was a finalist for the Locus Award for Best First Novel. His middle-grade novel, The Boy at the End of the World, was a nominee for the Andre... show more

Greg van Eekhout writes novels for adults and young readers, typically characterized by mayhem, banter, weirdness, and action. His first novel, Norse Code, was a finalist for the Locus Award for Best First Novel. His middle-grade novel, The Boy at the End of the World, was a nominee for the Andre Norton Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy award. He lives in Southern California, where two seismic plates crash into each other and give rise to disaster and mayhem.
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A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 2 months ago
This is the sweetest juvenile sf book I've read in a long time. 'Cog' follows the eponymous android, designed for realistic human cognition, as he has to make up for a very, very big mistake of a learning experience. Cog has lived happily since their creation-date of some months before with Gina i...
Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 1 year ago
★ ★ ★ 1/2 (rounded up)This originally appeared at The Irresponsible Reader.--- Of course, the humans couldn't go alone. There had to be dogs. Because wherever humans went dogs came along. Like rats, only more helpful. Dogs would herd livestock. Dogs would keep watch against the unknown. And, more i...
spocksbro
spocksbro rated it 3 years ago
Aliens: Recent Encounters is a decent collection of stories, most dealing with the consequences of encounters between humans and aliens [duh]. I picked it off the new-book shelf at one of my libraries because I saw that it contained works from some of my favorites - Ursula K. Le Guin, Caitlín R. Kie...
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 4 years ago
Dragon Coast was the third installation in the Daniel Blackland series, and it brought the trilogy to a satisfying conclusion. The story the second and third books focused on was wrapped up, but the book was left open ended enough that I wouldn't mind returning to this world and these characters aga...
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 4 years ago
Pacific Fire is the second book in the Daniel Blackland trilogy, and pretty much everything I had to say about the first installation (California Bones) applies to this book as well. The voice is engaging and enjoyable, the world building is fantastic and rich, the characters are interesting and lik...
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