Paul Levinson

Paul Levinson's novels include The Silk Code (winner Locus Award, Best 1st Science Fiction Novel of 1999) & The Plot To Save Socrates. His nonfiction including Fake News in Real Context has been translated into 15 languages. 

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Review of 'Manifest' 1.2
3 months ago
Precious little is offered in Manifest 1.2 about what happened to those passengers on that fateful flight—or who or what caused it to happen—with the government team going over the usual suspects incl...
Review of 'Manifest 1.1'
4 months ago
I reviewed the 9 and 1/2 minute sneak peek of Manifest in August, and said it had some outstanding possibilities as a time-travel drama. I therefore watched the full first-hour debut last night with g...
Review of 'The First'
4 months ago
Tina and I binged The First on Hulu the last couple of nights -- the first being the first mission with people onboard to Mars. We enjoyed it immensely. I'd say it's the best of any-mission-to-anyplac...
Review of 'Manifest' Sneak Peak 9-and-1/2 Minutes
5 months ago
Having flown back a few days ago from The Mars Society Convention in Pasadena, and time-travel being my all-time favorite genre, how could I resist watching the nine-and-a-half minute sneak preview of...
Review of 'Humans' Season 3 Final Three Episodes
6 months ago
I decided to review the final three episodes of Humans, Season 3, as a single piece, since they're even more closely connected than episodes usually are in this fine series. The upshot of these episod...
Review of '12 Monkeys' Finale
6 months ago
Well, I'm a sucker for happy endings, and I would never have forgiven 12 Monkeys if ended with Cole and Cassie apart, or dead—which indeed is the worst kind of apart—and I'm very glad I don't have to....