Solaris in April's SFRevu

Solaris gets a nice little mention on this month's SFRevu. It's alphabetical by publisher, so scroll down to us, and you'll see:

"One of the most impressive elements of the Solaris list is the obvious care taken by the publishing team to offer satisfaction for all kinds of genre fans - those who like literary SF will delight in the Adam Roberts book due out in September, Hard SF fans will enjoy Eric Brown's HELIX arriving in June - for fantasy fans, we've just seen DANTE'S GIRL, a novel very much aimed at the current market for dark, erotic fantasy and which Juliet McKenna enthusiastically reviewed in last month's issue and now, with the forthcoming release of BITTERWOOD, a new novel by US author James Maxey, those of us who love a good dragon story will have much to enjoy."

And that's right. Satisfaction for all kinds of genre fans. Something for everyone, in a kind of we-love-you-all-group-hug. But we're all English, so there'll be none of that touchy feely nonsense here. Instead, we'll just give you great books with splendid covers, and we'll all keep a respectful distance.

— Mark N

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