Science fiction and fantasy                                            

Ken MacLeod

Book Reviews

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Learning The World
5 star rating
Two alien cultures make first contact. But will the experience harm the less advanced civilisation?
Released in 2005.

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Cosmonaut Keep
3 star rating
Mankind goes to the stars, but Ken Macleod has created a crowded universe in Book One of the Engines of Light series.
Released in 2000.

Ken MacLeod is a Scottish science fiction writer who often writes about space travel and deals with high-concept themes.

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