This book has promise, but just from reading the first page you get the distinct impression that Moles had bitten off more than he could chew. The story claims it is a meditation on 9/11, the War on Terror, Iraq, and Hurricane Katrina – as well as being full of “emblematic violence and acute symbolism”.
All this, in just 66 pages.
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We’ve published a book! It’s a collection of short stories, and it’s available on Amazon right now!
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The alternative anthology series returns after a hiatus with a familiar tale of alien invaders. With added Greg Kinnear!
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Before we take a quick break from Electric Dreams, we have ‘Human Is’ based on the 1955 story of the same name.
This story sticks the closest to the original story out of all the episodes so far. It’s also the best yet,
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Is the world real? Or is this reality just a dream? Or a fantasy? These are age-old science fiction questions but ‘Real Life’ does something interesting with it the result is the best episode so far.
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The third episode of the science fiction anthology series is the most grounded one yet. Does the kitchen sink drama ruin the sci-fi? Or is it a nice change of pace?
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The first episode of Channel Four’s new anthology series, based on the work of science fiction master Phillip K. Dick.
‘The Hood Maker’ is classic sci-fi with some big ideas and excellent performances – and it promises great things to come.
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