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May 12 2008 SF/Fantasy Books Newsletter

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The newest articles at SF/Fantasy Books:

Prodigal by Marc D Giller - a review
In Giller's cyberpunk novel, corporate spook Lea Prism and her team discover a high tech lab where subjects in immersion tanks seem to be linked by some sort of hive mind.

What the Dickens by Gregory Maguire -a review
While skibereen are usually born in large groups, What-The-Dickens hatches alone in a tuna can, not knowing any language, or even what he is, so he sets out to find himself.

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Little Brother by Cory Doctorow This title is also available for FREE at his site: Little Brother

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