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Tobias S. Buckell
Tobias S. Buckell is a Caribbean-born speculative fiction writer who grew up in Grenada, the British Virgin Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. He now lives in Ohio.He has published stories in various magazines and anthologies. He is a Clarion graduate, Writers of The Future winner, and... show more

Tobias S. Buckell is a Caribbean-born speculative fiction writer who grew up in Grenada, the British Virgin Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. He now lives in Ohio.He has published stories in various magazines and anthologies. He is a Clarion graduate, Writers of The Future winner, and Campbell Award for Best New SF Writer Finalist. His work has appeared in the Year's Best Science Fiction anthologies. His novel Ragamuffin was nominated for the Nebula and Prometheus awards.You can visit his website at www.TobiasBuckell.com.
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Gene
Gene rated it 2 years ago
Please note: this review will be updated as I read more stories from the anthology.So as I mentioned this is an anthology of short fantasy stories. The collection consists of the following:Bone Eaters by Glen Cook.The tale takes part between the second and the third books of the main series. A whole...
XLeptodactylous
XLeptodactylous rated it 3 years ago
Confusingly either an alternate Caribbean/Aztec set sci-fi or a steampunk militia fantasy without much world building. It tends to drift. Not written well and whilst I appreciate the dialogue was supposed to make you feel like they couldn't speak "English" well, it was just jarring and unnecessary. ...
 ~*Krissys Bookshelf Reviews*~
~*Krissys Bookshelf Reviews*~ rated it 3 years ago
Evo 2 is the same book as Evo 1 except for a single novella that was added to it that wasn't in 1. I rated it four stars because I'm a fan of the Halo world and single story or not I'm a sucker for more.
Foggygirl
Foggygirl rated it 4 years ago
It is sadly ironic that this science fiction book reads more like non fiction because the events depicted are an all too sad reality. A warm Arctic becoming a wild west of sorts were countries are quick to grab the uncovered resources and not that concerned about the social, economic and political ...
captainspiffy
captainspiffy rated it 4 years ago
quick fun sci-fi action.
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