Sunday, August 12, 2007

Sunday afternoon "I found three hairballs in the bathroom today" genre review link dump.

Yes, you read that right. Three hairballs. Ew. My cats live to torment me. Nevertheless, I am not deterred from link round-up duties:
At AP, Sara Rose reviews Matt Ruff's Bad Monkeys.

And from earlier this week, Paul Di Filippo also reviews Bad Monkeys at the Washington Post Book World.

At the Denver Post, Fred Cleaver reviews Emma Bull's Territory, Richard Kadrey's Butcher Bird, and The Best of Jim Baen's Universe, edited by Eric Flint.

At the Rocky Mountain News, Vince Darcangelo reviews William Gibson's Spook Country.

Missed this one last week, but at the Boulder Daily Camera, Clay Evans has a review of Spook Country and an interview with William Gibson. (Must be nice to be Bill this month.)

At the Portland Oregonian, Jeff Baker has an interview with Brian Herbert.

And, once again lagging behind the rest of humanity, the New York Times Book Review has a review of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows . . . by Christopher Hitchens, of all people. And Andy Wheeler has a very thoughtful response to this review.

Also at the NYTBR, Leisl Schillinger has a review of Eclipse by Stephanie Meyers, the one writer who stands a chance at catching up to Rawling in sales of kids books.
Off to do laundry, kids.


James said...

sometime this week, the Wall Street Journal had an article on the Stephenie Meyers phenomenon, with the release of Eclipse knocking Deathly Hallows off the #1 spot.



La Gringa said...