Tag Archives: C.J. Cherryh

Mini-review: Protector (Foreigner #14) by C.J. Cherryh

Protector is a 3 star book in a 5 star series. I love these books and will continue to read them as long as Cherryh writes them, but this middle book in the fifth (!) trilogy set on the atevi world was … Continue reading

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Mind Meld: You Know We’re All About That Backlist

I was once again invited to participate in one of SF Signal’s fabulous Mind Meld discussions, where several members of the SF/F community (authors, bloggers, critics, etc.) are invited to submit responses to the same question. This week’s question was: Q: All About That … Continue reading

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Invader and Inheritor by C.J. Cherryh

Invader and Inheritor are the second and third books in C.J. Cherryh’s Foreigner series. I reviewed the first novel, Foreigner itself, here. That review led to some interesting discussion about (main character) Bren’s agency or lack thereof, which in turn … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Ann Leckie: Skiing Downhill, or Agency in C.J. Cherryh’s Foreigner

My recent review of Foreigner by C.J. Cherryh led to a seriously in-depth discussion with author Ann Leckie about the agency or lack thereof in the novel’s main character Bren. We started off in the review’s comments section and then … Continue reading

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Foreigner by C.J. Cherryh

Foreigner is the opening volume of what has turned out to be C.J. Cherryh’s longest series. When I first read it, some time in the early 2000’s when the series only consisted of six books, I had no idea that … Continue reading

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