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Tag Archives: Harper Voyager
I loved The Everything Box. I even put it on my Hugo Awards ballot. And The Wrong Dead Guy isn’t, by any means, bad. But it is pretty pedestrian.
In my review of book 1 of the Sorcery Ascendant sequence, I compared it favorably with 90s fantasy and noted its potential. Book 2, Blood of Innocents, was by no means bad, but there was far too much wheel-spinning. Book … Continue reading
In my review of A Crucible of Souls, I compared it favorably with 90s fantasy. It seems like we get less and less “straight-up” fantasy these days. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing; I’ve suffered a bit of traditional fantasy … Continue reading
Standalone Sunday is a feature created by Megan at BookslayerReads (with a hat tip to Drew at The Tattooed Book Geek for turning me onto Standalone Sunday). It features books that are standalones not part of any series. With Thanksgiving in … Continue reading
Beth Cato’s debut The Clockwork Dagger showed promise. Its sequel The Clockwork Crown showed improvement. With Breath of Earth, a steampunk epic fantasy set in a Japanese-dominated alternate 1906 San Francisco, Cato shows she can tell a story with the … Continue reading
When deciding how to review The Everything Box, a couple approaches immediately came to mind. The first was to go with BUY THIS BOOK AND READ IT IMMEDIATELY. AWESOME!1! The other was to quote the book in full. The first … Continue reading
Elizabeth Bonesteel shows considerable promise in her debut. The Cold Between is an exhilarating mélange of Space Opera, Military SF, Mystery, and Romance. The Cold Between has a killer setup.