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It has only been a short while since we revamped the SF Site. However, it has quickly become obvious that visitors want to see what else is available in the way of reviews. To help, we've put together this gateway to our Feature Reviews and highlighted the other reviews present here on the SF Site. New reviews are added to the top of each list.

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As we've stated elsewhere, the SF Site is dedicated to the best in science fiction and fantasy, in print and media, on the Web and off. Whenever something strikes our interest, we add a page or two.

Each month, we analyse the site statistics of visitors, emails from folk interested in contacting us and visiting a lot of other sites both within the science fiction and fantasy field and outside of it. An obvious pattern has emerged. Our most popular pages are our feature review pages.

With this in mind, we set out to redesign the SF Site. This design builds upon the old one. Rather than go through all the pages and rework them (and likely cause confusion to our regular visitors), we're focusing upon those popular elements. Our previous home page remains but has been renamed the Contents Page, a gateway to all of the SF Site links. We've placed all the current links to new reviews on this page. It will change regularly but links to previous versions will appear prominently.

When asked, we added headings to some of the reviews. Some are self-explanatory, like Non-Fiction or Movie Review. Others like Second Look consider newly reprinted titles originally released some time ago or Series Review which refers to two or more titles in a series (which may be all in print) which merit an overall review.

When the number of features grew to more than 150 titles, it was apparent that the page would take too much time to load. So we've added another page for earlier reviews and a link to them.

For those of you who follow specific reviewers and their opinions, another page, Feature Reviews Sorted by Reviewer, laid out in a similar fashion to this one has been added.

Feature Reviews Reviewer
The Blood Red City by Justin Richards Nathan Brazil
By Force of Arms by William C. Dietz Sandra Scholes
The Dark Arts of Blood by Freda Warrington Sandra Scholes
Of Bone and Thunder by Chris Evans Sandra Scholes
The Paradox by Charlie Fletcher Nathan Brazil
Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth edited by Stephen Jones Sandra Scholes
Harrison Squared by Daryl Gregory Sandra Scholes
Dave Vs. the Monsters: Emergence by John Birmingham Sandra Scholes
The Oversight by Charlie Fletcher Nathan Brazil
Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaronovitch Nathan Brazil
By Blood Alone by William C. Dietz Sandra Scholes
Second Look: The Casebook of Carnacki, The Ghost Finder by William Hope Hodgson Seamus Sweeney
Plague World by Dana Fredsti Sandra Scholes
Nightmare Carnival edited by Ellen Datlow Mario Guslandi
Hell's Shadows by Dean Klein Sandra Scholes
The Genome by Sergei Lukyanenko Hank Luttrell
Sherlock Holmes: Gods of War by James Lovegrove Sandra Scholes
Monster Hunter Nemesis by Larry Correia Trent Walters
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Firestorm by Greg Keyes Sandra Scholes
The Rain-Soaked Bride by Guy Adams Nathan Brazil
Non-Fiction: A Brief History of Superheroes by Brian J. Robb Sandra Scholes
Hidden by Benedict Jacka Katherine Petersen
Gray Spa: The Gray Zone by Roger L. Phillips Sandra Scholes
Canlandia and Lavender Blue & the Faeries of Galtee Wood by Steve Richardson Hank Luttrell
Godzilla: The Official Movie Novelization by Greg Cox Sandra Scholes
Non-Fiction: Stephen King: A Face Among the Masters by Brighton David Gardner Sandra Scholes
Non-Fiction: A Brief Guide to C.S. Lewis: From Mere Christianity to Narnia by Paul Simpson Sandra Scholes
The Best of Spicy Mystery, Volume 1 edited by Alfred Jan Richard A. Lupoff
The Tropic of Serpents: A Memoir by Lady Trent by Marie Brennan Sandra Scholes
First Novel: Strings on a Shadow Puppet by T.L. Evans Sandra Scholes
Science Fiction Trails #11 Sandra Scholes
Non-Fiction: A Brief Guide to Oz: 75 Years of Going Over the Rainbow by Paul Simpson Sandra Scholes
Hot Lead, Cold Iron by Ari Marmell Sandra Scholes
Umbral: Book One: Out of the Shadows by Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten Sandra Scholes
Ex-Patriots by Peter Clines Nathan Brazil
Ex-Heroes by Peter Clines Nathan Brazil
The Pulp Adventures of The Hooded Detective by G.T. Fleming-Roberts Richard A. Lupoff
Fearie Tales: Stories of the Grimm and Gruesome edited by Stephen Jones Mario Guslandi
L.Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume XXX edited by Dave Wolverton Trent Walters
Transcendental by James Gunn Greg L. Johnson
Galaxy's Edge #7 Sandra Scholes
The Suicide Exhibition by Justin Richards Nathan Brazil
Non-Fiction: A Brief Guide to Stephen King by Paul Simpson Sandra Scholes
Past Feature Reviews
Wayne & Rodger's Reviews
For many years, Wayne MacLaurin and Rodger Turner have been recommending (and not recommending) books to lots of people. Their list of reviews continues to grow. Have a look at what they have to say and let us know if you agree.
Wayne MacLaurin Rodger Turner
The Legend of Deathwalker by David Gemmell Wizard of the Winds by Allan Cole
Rage of a Demon King by Raymond E. Feist A Quantum Murder by Peter F. Hamilton
The Seer King by Chris Bunch Blood Debt by Tanya Huff

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