Tag Archives: Can’t-Wait Wednesday

Can’t-Wait Wednesday: A Traitor to Dreams by Alexander Hellene

Friend of the Blog Alex just published his novel A Traitor to Dreams.  I had the opportunity to beta read A Traitor to Dreams over the summer, and it is a good one.  Check it out! Can’t Wait Wednesday is … Continue reading

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Can’t-Wait Wednesday: We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix

I haven’t read any of Grady Hendrix’s fiction yet, but I love Paperbacks From Hell and his essays.  His fiction is definitely on my radar.  When I saw the premise for his newest book I had to jump on it.  … Continue reading

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Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Like the Wind by Justin Knight

My pick for this week is the recently released Like the Wind by Justin Knight.  Like the Wind is Knight’s homage to anime, a homage packed action and gore.  Like the Wind is the first book in a trilogy and … Continue reading

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Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Ravencry by Ed McDonald

Ed McDonald’s debut Blackwing was one of my favorite reads last year.  I’m not the only one who thinks so—Blackwing is on the shortlist for the Gemmell Awards Morningstar Award.  I’m not a big fan of Grimdark, but Blackwing was … Continue reading

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Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik

Novik’s Uprooted was the best novel I had read in a long time.  I’m thrilled that she is returning to the sub-genre with Spinning Silver.  Spinning Silver isn’t a sequel, per my understanding, but I gather it is the same … Continue reading

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Can’t Wait Wednesday: Guardian by A.J. Hartley

One of my more delightful discoveries last year was the Steeplejack series by A.J. Hartley.   A “steeplejack” is a craftsman who repairs chimneys, church steeples, and the like.  In a 19th-century milieu like that of the Steeplejack series, it is … Continue reading

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Can’t-Wait Wednesday: The Fall of Gondolin by J.R.R. Tolkien and Christopher Tolkien

And so an Age passes.  The Fall of Gondolin is the last of Christopher Tolkien efforts to collate and curate his father’s works.  He is now stepping back from his central role in the management of his father’s literary estate … Continue reading

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