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  • Book two of the Gentleman Bastard Sequence is at least as much fun as The Lies of Locke Lamora, and twice as dangerous.

    Subterranean Press » 2007 » June

  • I still think John Meaney's Nulapeiron Sequence is letter perfect SF, in that it's space opera with a hero on a quest traveling across exotic settings while encountering ideas and artifacts that instill Golden Age levels of sense o'wunder, is chocked full of karate, sword and blaster fights, has FTL spaceships and strange new worlds, epic battles, dark enemies, and even manages to have an unbelievably uplifting ending, but damn is it smart.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • I still think John Meaney's Nulapeiron Sequence is letter perfect SF, in that it's space opera with a hero on a quest traveling across exotic settings while encountering ideas and artifacts that instill Golden Age levels of sense o'wunder, is chocked full of karate, sword and blaster fights, has FTL spaceships and strange new worlds, epic battles, dark enemies, and even manages to have an unbelievably uplifting ending, but damn is it smart.

    Getting Even More Medieval

  • This Sequence is from a manuscript in Cambridge and originated in Dublin about the year 1360.

    History of Christmas Music

  • Sequence from the Spire comic Archie’s Parables, 1973 Archie Comics.)

    Boing Boing

  • Mr. Serra: I have a piece called "Sequence," which is going to be on the ground floor of the new structure on Howard Street.

    Sculptor Revisits His Early Haunts

  • But now here's the real interest, at least for me: Letabundus, a Sequence Hymn, is sung at Second Vespers - a Christmas Sequence, that is!

    August 15: The Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Part I

  • But now here's the real interest, at least for me: Letabundus, a Sequence Hymn, is sung at Second Vespers - a Christmas Sequence, that is!

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • "He's called the Sequence Editor," says choreographer Merce Cunningham fondly.

    Dance Goes Digital

  • Whether the Trope or the Sequence was the older form is all the more difficult to decide, since the Sequence itself is to a certain degree a kind of Trope.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

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