Book Reviews of Galactic North

Galactic North
Galactic North
Author: Alastair Reynolds
ISBN-13: 9780441015139
ISBN-10: 0441015131
Publication Date: 6/5/2007
Pages: 352
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.

4.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Ace Hardcover
Book Type: Hardcover
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I am _such_ a Reynolds fan boy. He's one of the few authors I'll buy in hardcover, and this short story collection is no exception.

I liked it - it explores the early history (and the nature) of the Conjoiners and Clavain, as well as looking at bits of the Revelation Space setting that hadn't gotten as close an examination. "Galactic North" is the ultimate revenge tale, arcing relativstically through time to the death of the Milky way at the hands of rogue assemblers. "Nightingale" is a haunted house in space and deeply, deeply creepy. "Grafenwalder's Bestiary" takes us back to post melding plague Yellowstone and the Rust Belt, and re-introducing Dr. Trintignant, last seen in "Diamond Dogs." Somehow, I doubt we've seen the last of the good doctor in Reynolds works.

Highly recommended.