Wednesday, 7 December 2011

SFcrowsnest review Euporie (issue 34)

You can read the full review here:

Rod says "we've got a really good selection of stories to read. This magazine keeps producing the goods and you're never disappointed with the selection of fiction on offer. This time there are five short stories, a variety of subjects explored with each one being well written. Satisfyingly good, I would say."

Another good review!

Thursday, 1 December 2011

SFrevu reviews Euporie

A good positive review from Sam at SFrevu this time out. Over all it's "more good stuff".
Pilot by Jack Davidson was described as being "a clever idea, well executed."
Lee Russell's In The Web as "an effective story about a bleak future that ended on a positive note and a very good read."
Frank by Martin Ott "had a nice slow buildup and had a good payoff."
The Bitter End by Simon Kewin & Dominic de Mattos was told "in a very exciting way"
Dark Age by Alastair Miles was "a story that's more than a little depressing." I think that's a good review, to be depressing it had to have an emotional impact on Sam, which is a good thing, right?

You can read the full review here: