Post any Iain [M] Banks reviews (yours or anyone else's) here.
Found this recently:
He didn't like it very much, and there's a couple of...
Hi folks, please help me out here, my memory is struggling and google hasn't helped;
Was Iain Banks present at the 2001 Edinburgh Book Festival?...
Review in the Scotsman
Nice review of the Crow Road... 25 years...
As this bit of the new forum is looking a bit left out I though I'd post up a link to a Matter review (not mine)
Seems quite balanced:
Chris writes in the "Fantasy & Science Fiction free exclusive digest" for July, available on the Kindle...
The first "review" I have seen.
I can't remember the exact words but Iain said that Ken Nott the main character in Dead Air was basically him and Ken has issues;
It's the head book review in issue 227 of SFX & gets 4.5 stars out of 5.
First review I've seen, in the Irish Independent: Energetic master of set piece reigns supreme
Any one seen Surface Detail reviews?
Good one in the new SFX (issue 201)
A review of Whit from March 2010 - whipped from my blog for your reading pleasure! ;)
When I first read this, around 14 years ago, I really...
I sent my dad "The Algebraist" for Father's Day this year, he's only read one other Banks book, here's a very short review of IMB to date:
Gets a decent write up & 4/5 in the latest Issue of SFX
Follow the clues, identify the players, identify the pawns.
Best enjoyed after Use of Weapons.
Belfast airport, a few months ago. Having spent the weekend with my girlfriend, I and my best friend were waiting for our return flight. It was...
First significant review I've come across for Transition in the US, also features Anne Rice.
Reviewed in the October edition of SF Revu.
Brief (positive) review in the New Scientist - http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20327264.000-review-transition-by-iain-banks.html
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