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John Scalzi - Old man's war
I've always been fond of the military science fiction. It's not only the piquant of speech, nor the dynamics or the tension adding up to its specific charm, but the way it's always original. And then again, it's not that the classic war novels can't feed us something unique - though they really can't. Neither that Earth would need some very ...

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Author: Angel Genchev, Sunday, 14 September 2008. In Articles :: Literature
Donald Westlake: What's So Funny?
I haven't read a crime story for such a long time that I've forgotten the feeling of doing so. No kidding. Due to my current good luck with books I'd come across this novel, which reminded me of a crime story in its prime. Almost by exception, the annotation of the book is also pretty cool. Indeed, "What's So Funny?" is a rather funny ...

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Author: Angel Genchev, Tuesday, 02 September 2008. In Articles :: Literature
Requiem Chevalier Vampire
We are all mortal and we all will die some day. Its inevitable despite the fact that we want to delay this moment. And when we die we go to Resurrection, a world unpromised and unexpected, the dark side of the Moon. For some, it could be Heaven but for most of us it would become Hell. Everyone of us will rise in a new shape and the more one was ...

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Author: Lyuben "LifeJoker" Zagorchev, Wednesday, 27 August 2008. In Articles :: Literature
Pixel
By definition the pixel, besides being a sci-fi novel by the famous Bulgarian humorist Vesel Tsankov is the smallest particle of a digital image. For the nowadays society the pixel is the analogue of the smallest screw in the machine from the times of the industrial revolution. A silent unit without rights, which existence is possible solely into ...

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Author: T. Hristov, Sunday, 08 June 2008. In Articles :: Literature
In memoriam: Sir Arthur Clarke
At the age of ninety we lost the tireless stargazer, the Cavalier of the Order of the British Empire, Sir Arthur C. Clarke. One of the finest fantasts ever, the British astronomer was entitled as one of the Golden Trio of Science Fiction Writers, together with Robert Heinlein and Isaac Asimov. Beginning his career as a simple school-magazine ...

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Authors: Angel Genchev, Ivan G. Atanasov, Thursday, 20 March 2008. In Articles :: Literature
Bernard Werber in Bulgaria: The writer on himself
Last year, June 1st, besides being the International Children's Day, turned out to be the day when we met Bernard Werber. The Matty hall proved too small to gather all of us who have come to see the famous French writer, but me and Simba demonstrated our foresight by taking seats half an hour before the beginning, so we werent among the standees. ...

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Author: Dimitar "Cliff" Stefanov, Saturday, 23 February 2008. In Articles :: Literature
A. & B. Strugatsky - Monday Begins...
Usually the "A. & B. Strugatsky" inscription on the cover of a book symbolizes the Soviet contribution to the field of science-fiction. Here, however, we are going to discuss something quite different. -Do you, yourself, believe in ghosts? someone from the audience asked the speaker. -Of course not the speaker answered and slowly faded ...

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Authors: Angel Genchev, Zheko Naychov, Sunday, 09 December 2007. In Articles :: Literature
Bernard Werber: The Thanatonauts
Je congnoys que pauvres et riches, Sages et folz, prebstres et laiz, Noble et vilain, larges et chiches, Petitz et grans, et beaulx et laidz, Dames à rebrassez colletz, De quelconque condicion, Portant attours et bourreletz, Mort saisit sans exception.* I doubt if there exists a thinking creature who hasnt questioned itself ...

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Author: Dimitar "Cliff" Stefanov, Thursday, 22 November 2007. In Articles :: Literature
Domingo Santos: "Futuro Imperfecto"
I'm sick to death of the grey desert Spreading as far as the eye can see, The wind that carries dusty eddies, Oil puddles, piles of shavings. Er Malak, "2010" (a Bulgarian song from the 1990s) What is technological progress? Do we stride forward, or do we rather follow the principle "one step forward, two steps back"? Doesn't ...

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Author: Dimitar "Cliff" Stefanov, Sunday, 11 November 2007. In Articles :: Literature


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