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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
Impulse is Dave Bara’s debut novel, published earlier this month by DAW. The cover copy starts off like this: Following in the tradition of such top science fiction writers as Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Gordon Dickson, Frank Herbert and … Continue reading
There are two unusual things about Jessica (“Jesse”) Drake, the teenage protagonist of Dreamwalker, C.S. Friedman’s first foray into Young Adult fiction and the start of what’s billed as a new, “open-ended” series. First of all, Jesse has bizarre dreams … Continue reading
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
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