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SFX Book Club: Tom Holt on ‘The Player of Games’

SFX has posted an archive of Book Club articles from the print edition of the magazine, which includes author Tom Holt‘s notes on The Player of Games. Mr Holt sums up the book: “By Banks’s […]

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Iain Banks interviewed and ‘Matter’ reviewed for Time Magazine Online

Lev Grossman has posted a review of Matter over at www.Time.com as well as an interview with Iain, which you can find over at his and Matt Selman’s Time.com hosted Nerd World blog. In the […]

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Donna Bowman reviews ‘Matter’ for The Onion’s AVClub.com

Another terrific review of Matter, this time over at The Onion‘s A.V. Club. Reviewer Donna Bowman really gets under the skin of the novel’s over-arcing plot devices in Matter, concluding that with Matter, our author: […]

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io9.com Iain Banks interview + ‘Matter’ review

io9.com blogger Annalee Newitz posted a double-dose of Banks-related content yesterday. In her interview with Iain Banks Annalee asks questions like: “Do you suspect that a little weirdness is a necessary component of longevity for […]

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James Lovegrove reviews ‘Matter’ for The Financial Times

Author James Lovegrove was suitably impressed with Matter and said so in his Financial Times review last week. He begins: “When Iain Banks slots the middle initial between his forename and surname, you can expect […]

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Andrew McKie reviews ‘Matter’ for the Telegraph

Andrew McKie sounds like a dyed-in-the-wool Culture fan (good man!) who says, at the conclusion of his Telegraph.co.uk review of Matter: “I have returned repeatedly to the early Culture novels, particularly Consider Phlebas and The […]

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