Vector, September/October 1997

Editor(s): Tony Cullen  Andrew M. Butler  Gary S. Dalkin  Paul Kincaid   
Pages: 36, A4
Price: £2.25
Notes: #195, Roles: Production & General, Features & Letters, Features & Letters, Reviews

  The View from the Brook - Andrew M. Butler   

  Besson vs. Hollywood - Colin Odell  Mitch Le Blanc   
  The Prescience of Mark Adlard - L. J. Hurst   
  "I Should Have Seen It Coming": The Uncertain Futures of Howard Baker - Anthony Blundell   
  Cognitive Mapping, 10: Death - Paul Kincaid   

   - Martin Clarke   
   - Dr. Debbie Shaw   
  Response to Debbie Shaw - Andrew M. Butler   

Book Reviews by Andrew Adams
  Babylon 5 #7: The Shadows Within - Jeanne Cavelos   
  Babylon 5 #8: Personal Agendas - Al Sarrantonio   
  Babylon 5 Season By Season: Signs and Portents - Jane Killick   
  Babylon 5 #9: To Dream in the City of Swords - Kathleen M. Drennan   
  The Babylon Project - Joseph Cochran   

Book Reviews by Chris Amies
  Nostradamus Ate My Hamster - Robert Rankin   
  Sprout Mask Replica - Robert Rankin   

Book Reviews by Susan Badham
  When the Gods Slept - Allan Cole   
  Lord of the Isles - David Drake   

Book Reviews by Cherith Baldry
  Allamanda - Michael Williams   

Book Reviews by Janet Barron
  Shadow Dawn - Chris Claremont   
  Trader - Charles de Lint   
  Rage of a Demon King - Raymond E. Feist   
  The Conan Chronicles 2 - Robert Jordan   
  The Waterborn - Greg Keyes   
  Prince of Demons - Mickey Zucker Reichert   
  Flght of the Mariner - Paul Ware   
  The Wood Wife - Terri Windling   

Book Reviews by Norman Beswick
  Destiny's Road - Larry Niven   

Book Reviews by Colin Bird
  In the Ocean of Night - Gregory Benford   

Book Reviews by Lynne Bispham
  The Welkin Weasels: Thunder Oak - Garry Kilworth   

Book Reviews by Andrew M. Butler
  A Game of Universe - Eric S. Nylund   
  Someone to Watch Over Me - Tricia Sullivan   

Book Reviews by Gary S. Dalkin
  Star Wars: A New Hope - George Lucas   
  Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back - Leigh Brackett  Lawrence Kasdan   
  Star Wars: Return of the Jedi - Lawrence Kasdan  George Lucas   

Book Reviews by Stephen Deas
  Winter Warriors - David Gemmell   
  Dark Moon - David Gemmell   
  Paint Your Dragon - Tom Holt   
  Open Sesame - Tom Holt   

Book Reviews by Alan Fraser
  Royal Assassin - Robin Hobb   
  Assassin's Quest - Robin Hobb   

Book Reviews by L. J. Hurst
  Virtual History: Alternatives and Counterfactuals (Edited) - Niall Ferguson   

Book Reviews by Paul Kincaid
  The Fifth Element - Terry Bisson   
  Days of Cain - J. R. Dunn   
  Signs of Life - M. John Harrison   
  Barnacle Bill the Spacer and Other Stories - Lucius Shepard   

Book Reviews by David Langford
  Exodus from the Long Sun - Gene Wolfe   

Book Reviews by John Newsinger
  Guards! Guards! The Play - Stephen Briggs   
  Interface Masque - Shariann Lewitt   

Book Reviews by Daniel O'Mahony
  Oh No It Isn't! - Paul Cornell   

Book Reviews by John R. Oram
  A Midsummer Night's Gene - Andrew Harman   

Book Reviews by Steve Palmer
  Cyber-Killers (Edited) - Rick Alexander   
  Chimera's Cradle - Brian Stableford   

Book Reviews by Stephen Payne
  Twitchy Eyes - Joe Donnelly   
  Dark debts - Karen Hall   
  Sole Survivor - Dean Koontz   
  Fiends - Richard Laymon   
  The Chalice - Phil Rickman   
  Fog Heart - Thomas Tessier   
  The Pastor - Philip Trewinnard   

Book Reviews by Stanley Riiks
  The Outer Limits: Volume One (Edited) - Debbie Notkin  Roger Stewart   

Book Reviews by Ian Sales
  The Spoils of War - Alan Dean Foster   
  Their Heads Are Anonymous - Alistair Gentry   
  Warstrider - William H. Keith, Jr   

Book Reviews by Brian Stableford
  Slant - Greg Bear   

Book Reviews by Kathy Taylor
  Johnny and the Bomb - Terry Pratchett   

Book Reviews by Sue Thomason
  The Golden Key - Melanie Rawn  Jennifer Roberson  Kate Elliott   

Book Reviews by Jon Wallace
  The Discworld Companion - Terry Pratchett  Stephen Briggs   
  The Unauthorized History of Trek - James Van Hise   
  Final Diagnosis - James White   

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