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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
It’s been almost a decade since the release of Killswitch, the third novel in Joel Shepherd’s excellent Cassandra Kresnov series. In that time, Shepherd wrote a series of four fantasy novels entitled A Trial of Blood and Steel (also excellent, by … Continue reading
Sister Maryam lives on Onewēre, a small island in the Pacific chosen by the Apostles of the Lamb after the Tribulation destroyed life on Earth as we know it. The people of Onewēre lead their lives according to the religion … Continue reading
The winner of last week’s giveaway is… Steven W. of Alexandria, VA! Congratulations, Steven – your copy of A Red Sun Also Rises by Mark Hodder is on its way, courtesy of the kind folks at Pyr. Keep an eye … Continue reading
There are many possible reasons I pick books to read and review. I always like giving debuts a try. Conversely, I have a long list of favorite authors I’ll read almost anything by. A plot summary that promises some depth … Continue reading
Jamey Barlowe was born on the Moon, but moved back to Earth as an infant following his mother’s tragic death. Because his fragile bones can’t handle Earth’s gravity, Jamey needs a wheelchair to get around, but he has learned to … Continue reading
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