Paperback Inferno, October 1985

Editor(s): Andy Sawyer   
Pages: 16, A4
Price: 15p
Notes: #56, 52nd issue

  Rust Never Sleeps - Andy Sawyer   

  Magazine Review: Overview (F&SF Jan-Aug 1985) - Chris Bailey   
  The Role of Imaginary Worlds - Andy Sawyer   

   - Tom Jones   
   - Rob Gregg   
   - Mary Gentle   
   - Jack D. Stephen   
   - Mary Gentle   
   - Terry Broome   

Book Reviews by Graham Andrews
  Saraband of Lost Time - Richard Grant   

Book Reviews by Alan Fraser
  The Long Night - Poul Anderson   
  Dramocles: An Intergalactic Soap Opera - Robert Sheckley   

Book Reviews by Mary Gentle
  The Adventures of Terra Tarkington - Sharon Webb   

Book Reviews by Mark Greener
  V: The Pursuit of Diana - Allen Wold   

Book Reviews by L. J. Hurst
  The Hammer of Darkness - L. E. Modesitt, Jr   

Book Reviews by Edward James
  The Warrior Who Carried Life - Geoff Ryman   

Book Reviews by Ken Lake
  Starwolf - Edmond Hamilton   

Book Reviews by Helen McNabb
  The Chronicles of Morgaine - C. J. Cherryh   
  The Frozen Waves - Robert E. Vardeman   

Book Reviews by Andy Sawyer
  The Face of Chaos (Edited) - Robert Asprin  Lynn Abbey   
  Frank Frazetta Book 5 (Edited) - Betty Ballantine   
  Bloodfeud of Altheus - John Butterfield  David Honigmann  Philip Barker   
  Incarnate - Ramsey Campbell   
  The Sentinel - Arthur C. Clarke   
  Cruel Tales - Villiers De Lisle   
  Medea's World (Edited) - Harlan Ellison   
  Appointment with F.E.A.R. - Steve Jackson   
  The Tasks of Tantalon - Steve Jackson  Stephen Lavis   
  Conan the Unconquered - Robert Jordan   
  The Ceremonies - T. E. D. Klein   
  The Red Rocket - Seth McEvoy   
  Heroes of the Equinox - J. C. Mezieres  F. Christin   
  Elric at the End of Time - Michael Moorcock   
  The Wars of Gods and Men - Zacharia Sitchin   
  Falcon 1: The Renegade Lord - Mark Smith  Jamie Thompson   
  Falcon 2: Mechanon - Mark Smith  Jamie Thompson   
  Falcon 3: The Rack of Raal - Mark Smith  Jamie Thompson   
  Falcon 4: Lost in Time - Mark Smith  Jamie Thompson   

Book Reviews by Sue Thomason
  The Werewolf Principle - Clifford D. Simak   
  Why Call Them Back from Heaven? - Clifford D. Simak   

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