Monthly Archives: March 2012

“Wool (Omnibus Edition)” – by Hugh Howey

The Silo is the world, the whole of civilisation – a protection from the deadly outside. Those who don’t agree will be sent to clean. Wool is a five part story set in a post-apocalyptic world where the outside atmosphere … Continue reading

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“The Survival of Thomas Ford” – by John A. A. Logan

After a motoring accident leaves his wife dead, Thomas Ford is left in hospital with only fragmented memories of how he survived and how his wife died, of a car and its strange bird-like driver forcing him off the road … Continue reading

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“Work of Art” – by John Black

On the day of his greatest triumph, an artist is devastated by the suicide of his fiancée. He is compelled to unravel the mystery and to discover who his fiancée really was. Work of Art follows the sleuthing of recent Turner … Continue reading

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