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Ken MacLeod
Ken MacLeod's SF novels have won the Prometheus Award and the BSFA award, and been shortlisted for the Hugo and Nebula Awards. He lives near Edinburgh, Scotland. show more

Ken MacLeod's SF novels have won the Prometheus Award and the BSFA award, and been shortlisted for the Hugo and Nebula Awards. He lives near Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Birth date: August 02, 1954
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Tannat
Tannat rated it 6 years ago
A potentially cool idea that Stross just doesn't pull off. The incompetent shrew club muscling in on the old boys club was also pretty tiresome. Especially since it was the basis of much of the underlying plot. And Mo may be smart but she's about as useless as Kira, the love interest from Hard to be...
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins rated it 7 years ago
As we pass the halfway mark of the year, we find the first of the new 'best of' anthologies flooding the market. Currently I have 4 monster tomes that I've been reading through, jumping around between favorite authors and intriguing titles. I'm not one to read an anthology from cover-to-cover, but I...
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia rated it 8 years ago
What if solving really complicated math problems actually opened portals to other universes. Or summoned things from them to here? And considering the calculation powers of computers, what if that put all the lovecraftian horrors of the multiverse just a few lines of code away? What if indeed. Ob...
bookaneer
bookaneer rated it 8 years ago
Atrocity Archives: Laundry Files Series, Book 1 by Charles Stross Add a few dungeon dimension critters, a bit of Hitler on the moon, and (worst of all) an acre of bureaucratic red tape to this comic and you've got the Atrocity Archives.If you dabble in computer science, you probably already know tha...
FriedEgg
FriedEgg rated it 8 years ago
A disturbing, near future dystopian vision of Britain that is frighteningly plausible. Besides the central premise, there are many other extrapolations arising from society as we know it to construct something that, taken as a whole, paints quite a worrying picture of our future. There are several p...
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