nick harkaway

  1. Coragem

    TITANIUM NOIR by Nick Harkaway (aka Nicholas Cornwell, aka Aidan Truhen)

    For what it's worth, here's my personal, subjective, take on TITANIUM NOIR by Nick Harkaway. The whole Chandleresque SF vibe is exactly my thing. So I'd say great style, great concept (really clever idea, wherein body enhancement/repair involves increasing body size), and I really, really...
  2. Vertigo

    Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway

    During the Second World War a French refugee has been working on a device that will have the potential to elevate mankind to a new level of existence but in the wrong hands it could just destroy the universe as we know it. In the present time Joe Spork, a clockmaker, is induced to complete this...
  3. Vertigo

    The Gone-Away World by Nick Harkaway

    This was one of the most extraordinary books I’ve read for a while and I’m really not sure if it’s the best I’ve read recently or the worst. Though I’m more inclined to think the former. But how to describe it? Science fiction or fantasy (not magic type fantasy though), martial arts, pre- and...