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BSFA Review: Birds of Paradise by Oliver K. Langmead

21/03/2022 16:27 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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Birds of Paradise by Oliver K. Langmead

(Titan Books, 2021)

Reviewed by Jamie Mollart

Adam, the first man, still walks the earth, having lived multiple lives and now he resides in a 21st century America that is oblivious to him. He’s a forgotten man, present at key moments in history, but pivotal in none. The animals of Eden have taken human form and Eve is nowhere to be seen. Parts of Eden are cropping up on Earth, and with the help of Magpie, Crow, Owl, Pig and Butterfly, he sets about retrieving them.

I began reading with a real sense of excitement, this is an awesome concept, which will draw inevitable comparison to Neil Gaiman’s ‘American Gods’. It’s a big comparison to make and one only the very best of books will be able to live up to.

So, does Birds of Paradise?

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Review from BSFA Review 15 - Download your copy here.

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