|Hardcover, 236 pages|
Acquired November 2011
Read January 2013
edited by Stuart Douglas & Lawrence Miles
Unlike its parent series, Doctor Who, I don't know if Faction Paradox is very well suited for the short story format. At its best, Faction Paradox is weird and abstruse... and that can be demanding and unrewarding in a short story anthology, where as soon as you figure out what's going on, you're on to the next story. This is not light bedtime reading. But I'm very glad this book exists, and I very much look forward to reading the new Faction Paradox novels.