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Maul by Tricia Sullivan

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2003 - 2004 - feminist science fiction - J.K. Potter - male-free society - Night Shade Books - novel - orbit - science fiction - Tricia Sullivan - violence - virtual reality -

Links

  • Purchase: Amazon
  • Purchase from Publisher: Night Shade Books
  • Purchase: IndieBound
  • Review: Christopher East
  • Other: ISFDB
  • Recommendations

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    Futurismic


    Start the Clock
    by Benjamin Rosenbaum
    Double Dead by Chuck Wendig


    The Gambler
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    Lightborn by Tricia Sullivan
    The Best Horror of the Year: Volume One by
    Synners by Pat Cadigan


    The Man Who Built Heaven
    by Keith Brooke
    Eclipse Four: New Science Fiction and Fantasy by
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    The Wedding Album
    by David Marusek
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    Terminal Mind by David Walton
    Blood Rites by Jim Butcher
    The New Dead by


    I, Alien
    The Best Horror of the Year: Volume Two by
    Look to Windward by Iain M. Banks
    The Year's Best Science Fiction: Seventeenth Annual Collection by
    Black Juice by Margo Lanagan
    Paladin of Souls by Lois McMaster Bujold
    War Surf by M. M. Buckner
    Lethe by Tricia Sullivan
    Broken Angels by Richard K. Morgan
    Silver Borne by Patricia Briggs


    Conservation of Shadows
    by Yoon Ha Lee
    The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson by
    Four Hundred Billion Stars by Paul J. McAuley


    Piccadilly Circus
    by Chris Beckett


    Artís Appreciation
    by Tom Doyle


    In the Late December
    by Greg Van Eekhout


    The Question Eaters
    by Tricia Sullivan
    Year's Best SF 11 by


    Halo
    by Charles Stross
    Contact Imminent by Kristine Smith
    The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Fifth Annual Collection by
    Heaven's Reach by David Brin


    Her
    by Tobias S. Buckell
    Portable Childhoods by Ellen Klages
    Schismatrix by Bruce Sterling
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    His Whore The Vector
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