|Rating||:||4.97 (681 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||368 Pages|
Dick Award and been a judge on the Arthur C. He has a degree in Geology and Planetary Geophysics. . He lives in Gateshead. Clarke Award. A popular figure on the genre scene he has also proved to be a popular author of both noir SF and extravagant Fantasy themed SF. Simon Morden has won the Philip K. He has also been an editor at Focus magazine
It's the character's experiences that make this a fresh take on the "cut off from civilisation" subgenre we're drawn in by their responses to this world (DOWN STATION review)SFXThis is a very fast-paced book, with intense moments of danger as well as being full of wonder. The story is patient, and every sequence is both a physical battle and philosophical teaching that merge with well-placed hooks(DOWN STATION review)Sci-Fi NowOnce again Simon Morden takes the fantasy genre and moulds it wonderfully Wha
Definitely Young Adult NJN I bought Down Station based purely on Mr. Morden's Samuil Petrovich series - I recommend these book - reference: Equations of Life. Unfortunately Down Station falls far short of his prior imaginative world building and character development. This is a very Young Adult movel that might not even hold the attention senior high schooler. It is obviously intended as the first of a series which I will not be purchasing.. "Pretty good." according to CT. Could be YA. It was slow and somehow disappointing at times but I didn't want it to end. So maybe this will be a series and later books will be a bit better.
A place that can uncover your secrets.A place haunted by a man called Crows .. The gentle son of a warrior tradition. Award-winning author Simon Morden joins Gollancz with a stunning SF quest across a vast world that mirrors every London ever built.Instead of fire, there was water.A wave slapped through the open doorway, and a gust of wind blew into the smoke-filled corridor, dragging a spiral of soot outwards and away.MARY. One slip away from prison, fighting to build herself a future from nothing.DALIP. A fierce and capable man carrying the wounds of a brutal war.They left London in flames for a place where everything was different. A young man who must fight for independence from his family.STANISLAV