Science fiction and fantasy                                            





Douglas Thompson

Douglas Thompson is a Scottish author of science fiction and slipstream novels and short stories. His style is unconventional, mixing up philosophical views of the future with storytelling that's often quite brutal.

Book Reviews

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Mechagnosis
4 star rating
Have you ever felt that machines were in charge of your life, instead of helping to make it easier?
Released in 2012.


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Entanglement
4 star rating
Quantum entanglement allows astronauts to explore the galaxy and make first contact with bizarre extraterrestrial civilisations.
Released in 2012.


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Apoidea
4 star rating
In a world without real bees, who will control their robot replacements?
Released in 2011.


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Sylvow
4 star rating
A brother and sister promise to look after the plants and animals. But does Mother Nature care to return the favour?
Released in 2010.


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