Tag Archives: Ian McDonald

Empress of the Sun by Ian McDonald

I don’t usually get this effusive about books, but I’ve rarely had as much fun with a Young Adult SF series as I have with Ian McDonald’s Everness—now up to three books with the brand new, shiny addition of Empress of … Continue reading

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Lookin’ Good: Four titles from Ian McDonald’s backlist now available in ebook format!

I just received some wonderful news from the good folks at Open Road Media: four older titles by acclaimed SF author Ian McDonald are now available as ebooks! I’m sure many people discovered McDonald through his brilliant and award-winning The … Continue reading

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Be My Enemy by Ian McDonald

Be My Enemy is the sequel to last year’s Planesrunner, the book that launched Ian McDonald’s first ever YA series in spectacular fashion. I dearly love both of these novels and don’t want to ruin your enjoyment of them in any … Continue reading

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The Week That Was: February 19th, 2012

Something fun to get started this week: I have a four year old son, and we read lots of Dr. Seuss books together, so I took a look at this post from io9 when it popped up on my RSS, … Continue reading

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The Week That Was: February 5th, 2012

Here’s a new installment of The Week That Was: an overview of SF&F-related articles and reviews I considered interesting and/or well written this week. As always, I want to emphasize that this isn’t meant to be a comprehensive summary of … Continue reading

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Planesrunner by Ian McDonald

I’m a pretty big fan of Ian McDonald, so when I learned that a brand new novel by the author was on the way, I got suitably excited. Then, when I found out that the new novel would be the … Continue reading

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