Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Tuesday night genre link round-up.

Lots of new things to share:
Monsters & Critics reviews Faith Hunter's Host.

At SF Weekly, Paul Di Filippo reviews Gene Wolfe's Pirate Freedom and Powers by Ursula K LeGuin; Cynthia Ward reviews The Down Home Zombie Blues by Linnea Sinclair; and Doug Fratz reviews Cauldron by Jack McDevitt. A.M. Dellamonica also takes a second look at Dan Simmons' classic Hyperion.

Wands and Worlds reviews First Light by Rebecca Stead.

At the Agony Column, Rick Kleffel reviews The Witch's Trinity by Erica Mailman, In War Times by Kathleen Ann Goonan, Halting State by Charlie Stross, and The Best of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet.

Green Man Review looks at Jackie Kessler's Hell's Belles and The Road to Hell; C.E. Murphy's Heart of Stone, Laura Anne Gilman's Burning Bridges, Jeaniene Frost's Halfway to the Grave, and lots more.

Katie's Reading looks at The Innocent Mage by Karen Miller, Upon the Midnight Clear by Sherrilyn Kenyon, and A Gathering of Gargoyles by Meredith Ann Pierce.

Sci Fi Dimensions has reviews of Nova Swing by M. John Harrison, The Pesthouse by Jim Crace, and David Weber's In Fury Born.

The November issue of SF Revu has posted, with reviews of In the Cities of Coin and Spice by Cat Valente, The Devil Inside by Jenna Black, Plague Year by Jeff Carlson, Mister B. Gone by Clive Barker, The Watcher by Jeanne C. Stein, and more.

New issue of SF Site has also gone up, with reviews of The Spiral Labyrinth by Matthew Hughes, One for Sorrow by Chris Barzak, and more.

At Strange Horizons, reviews of Shelter by Susan Palwick, Navigator by Stephen Baxter, Getting to Know You by Dave Marusek, 9Tail Fox by Jon Courtenay Grimwood, The Best of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, The Imago Sequence by Laird Baron, In the Night Garden by Cat Valente, Soldier of Sidon by Gene Wolfe, The Privilege of the Sword by Ellen Kushner, and The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch.

The Gravel Pit reviews Ragamuffin by Tobias Buckell.

The Book Swede looks at The Shadow Road by Sean Russell, and a Quote of the Week essay by Elizabeth Bear.

Sandstorm Reviews looks at Empire of Ivory by Naomi Novik.

Grasping for the Wind reviews Karen Miller's The Awakened Mage.

OF Blog reviews Jeffrey Overstreet's Auralia's Colors, Gene Wolfe's Pirate Freedom, and Sarah Monette's The Bone Key.

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