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Star Wars: where to go on the Web
Con Air: science fiction movie? fantasy film? Maybe.
July Releases: looks like a quite a month
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How many SF and fantasy awards are there?
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The Cloak of Night and Daggers The Cloak of Night and Daggers by Rosemary Edghill
reviewed by Margo MacDonald
Margo tells us why her heart leaps with glee every time a new Rosemary Edghill book appears.

Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said Philip K. Dick Reading List
compiled by Rodger Turner
This is the second installment of a ten part series putting together a reading list of Philip K. Dick's novels and short fiction.

Neverwhere Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
reviewed by Alice Dechene
In case the plot of Neverwhere doesn't grab you, Alice finds that the writing has moments of sheer brilliance.

The Winter King Series Review: The Warlord Chronicles by Bernard Cornwell
reviewed by Neil Walsh
Neil takes a look at the the first two volumes of a new Arthurian series, this one a gruesomely vivid picture of life in fifth century Britain.

Destiny Road June Book Releases
compiled by A. John O'Neill & Todd Ruthman
June's list totaled 107 titles. This month is a little different from last. We've split the mass-market (small format) Paperbacks from the Hard Covers and Trade (large format) Paperbacks and we've added a new section for Young Adults.

The Ecolitan Enigma The Ecolitan Enigma by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
reviewed by Thomas Myer
The Ecolitan Enigma is a roman-à-clef about entire societies that we know. Tom finds this viewpoint refreshing and rare.

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