Christopher Priest

Books

Too much sound and fury in Christopher Nolan’s movies

The Nolan Variations: The Movies, Mysteries and Marvels of Christopher Nolan by Tom Shone reviewed

By Christopher Priest

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Was Dresden a war crime?

The Fire and the Darkness: The Bombing of Dresden, 1945 by Sinclair McKay reviewed

By Christopher Priest

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How did the infamous Josef Mengele escape punishment?

Mengele: Unmasking the ‘Angel of Death’ by David G. Marwell reviewed

By Christopher Priest

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Who needs psychogeography?

Plume by Will Wiles reviewed

By Christopher Priest

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Robert A. Heinlein: the ‘giant of SF’ was sexist, racist — and certainly no stylist

The Pleasant Profession of Robert A. Heinlein by Farah Mendlesohn reviewed

By Christopher Priest

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The electrifying genius of Nikola Tesla

Richard Munson’s ‘Tesla: Inventor of the Modern’ emphasises the duality of his subject.

By Christopher Priest

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