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Signs carved into a corpse's bones designs clearly present from birth bearing mute testimony to whatOf such concepts and unforgettable images are made the twenty eight stories in this collection many published here for the first time By turns speculative satirical and heart wre I m not sure when or even if I ll come back to this I was so disappointed so a few jottings on the first seven stories a uarter of the collection then ot

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Three Moments of an Explosion

London awakes one morning to find itself besieged by a sky full of floating icebergs Destroyed oil rigs mysteriously reborn clamber from the sea and onto the land driven by an obscure but violent purpose An anatomy student cuts open a cadaver to discover impossibly intricate de First things first I need to mention I received this book from Goodreads giveaways There are popular writers and there are good writers These two while i

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Nching fresh in form and language and featuring a cast of damaged yet hopeful seekers who come face to face with the deep weirdness of the world and at times the deeper weirdness of themselves Three Moments of an Explosion is a fitting showcase for one of our most original voic NB While reading this book I wrote up my thoughts about each of the 28 stories in detail which you can read on my blog starting here In those posts I des


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  1. says:

    First things first I need to mention I received this book from Goodreads giveaways There are popular writers and there are

  2. says:

    Only China Mieville can write a story as hauntingly beautiful and strange as Covehithe It is a short 11 pages and worth the investment; any additional info about the story that I could tell here has the possibility of revealing too much If you're a China fan you'll revel in another tale from his amazing brain If this is the first thing you've read of his be prepared to possibly declare WTF several times including at the ending An ending

  3. says:

    This used to be my super old review of the short story ‘Covehithe’ which I read on The Guardian website Edit also my review of ‘The Rope is the World’ used to exist But through the strange obsession of whoever on Goodreads

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    “When any civilization is dust and ashes he said art is all that's left over Images words music Imaginative structures Meaning—human meaning that is—is defined by them Margaret Atwood Oryx and Crake Maybe even 45 stars I really liked this collection Some of the stories I loved Adored even Some were too light Some extremely dense But none were uninteresting Many SFhorrornoir writers get funky by bending th

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    A story of petrochemical romance Oil rigs rut like charging metal leviathans in an undersea world and rise to the surface to drill leathery oil sacks of riglet eggs into the foresaken shores of a crumbling and vaguely dystopian Sussex This is my first short lit date with China Mieville and I have to say that I liked it The idea of such obviously man made structures crude and massive in their industrial purpose evolving to become somethin

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    I'm not sure when or even if I'll come back to this I was so disappointed so a few jottings on the first seven stories a uarter of the collection then others as and when I dip inThree Moments of an ExplosionA disused building is demolished This is described from three perspectives as a marketing opportunity for thrill seekers and th

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    She felt her heart speeding as she went through these motions not expecting to understand but desperate to do so here in what she could feel through her skin was a locus She was an antigen here perhaps She was somethingThe

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    NB While reading this book I wrote up my thoughts about each of the 28 stories in detail which you can read on my blog starting here In those posts I describe the premise of each story as well as giving my thoughts

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    In the world of Three Moments of an Explosion strange things happen sometimes publicly icebergs floating above London Polynia oil derricks walking ashore Covehithe but most often privately secretly The protagonist and the reader struggle to understand what is going on but ultimately fail Although this is undoubtedly the a

  10. says:

    Having only read Perdido Street Stationwhich I loved I wasn't completely sold on shorts by Miéville but I ended up really enjoying this collection A decent variety of types; weird fantastic and horror Three or four stories