Autumn reading 2011

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We can be moral without God
We can be moral without God
Science, which usually claims to be morally neutral, could help to compute our moral instincts
In search of lost ground
In search of lost ground
The short review of this book is simply this: it's remarkable, and you should not only read it but buy a copy as you will want to look into it again.
Rich pickings in Uganda
Rich pickings in Uganda
Pitiless politics ensures a steady supply for local authors.
How to do things with words
How to do things with words
Gwen Ansell hails China Mieville's novel on the seductive allure of alien language, Embassytown, and other new science fiction.
Nanotech among the minarets
Nanotech among the minarets
Imagery of microcosm and macrocosm haunts Ian McDonald's new novel, The Dervish House, set in Istanbul in 2027.
Stories of our wars and peace
Stories of our wars and peace
A bonding of fiction and history creates a tangible reminder of the fraught decade before Mandela's release.
Fitting location for crime
Fitting location for crime
Three new crime novels explore unusual locations and cultural spaces.
Old soldiers' friend
Old soldiers' friend
Jenny Hobbs paints a sympathetic portrait of the often ignored men who fought the battles that bought us our freedom.

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