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Daughter of Eden, the third novel in the Dark Eden series by Chris Beckett. Snow-capped mountains tower over a still lake, below a dark sky.

Daughter of Eden by Chris Beckett

Daughter of Eden is the third and final book in the Dark Eden Trilogy. In this review…

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Mother of Eden, the second book in the Dark Eden Trilogy by Chris Beckett. Showing mountains under a dark sky, illuminated by a mysterious green glowing light, viewed across a still lake.

Mother of Eden by Chris Beckett

This is the second of three weekly posts, where I rave about the genius of Chris Beckett…

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The novel Dark Eden by Chris Beckett, showing snowy mountains in the distance below a star-filled sky. Fireflies float in the foreground, rising up from a dark forest of bare trees.

Dark Eden by Chris Beckett

The Dark Eden Trilogy is undoubtably one of my favourite sci-fi series of all time. Over the…

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Biology what? Untapped potential in Science Fiction

“Science fiction is not prescriptive; it is descriptive.” – Ursula K. LeGuin, The Left Hand of Darkness…

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