Books by George Foy

THE LAST HARBOR by George Foy
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: July 3, 2001

"Workmanlike, with a persuasively grimy backdrop, but stubbornly lackluster and unengaging."
Another yarn set in Foy's generic and rather anonymous future (The Memory of Fire, 2000, etc.) where a handful of free spirits resist an overweening government and, in this instance, the mega-corporations with their relentless virtual reality entertainment. Read full book review >
CONTRABAND by George Foy
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: May 1, 1997

"Gritty and sometimes dark-edged; but, with cardboard eccentrics instead of characters and no plot worth mentioning, the story merely sprawls in an indifferent heap."
A slog through heavy near-future grunge, from the author of the much better The Shift (1996). Read full book review >
THE SHIFT by George Foy
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 1, 1996

"Still, there are drawbacks: It's overlong and overweight, and the present- tense narrative, no matter how fashionable, doesn't help."
New York XTV scriptwriter Alex Munn staggers drunk through most of his life, having written the first few episodes of a new soap, Real Life, destined to be the first virtual reality broadcast. Read full book review >