Sunday, January 27, 2008

Sunday genre link round-up: Print Media Edition

We're going to get caught up on some print reviews that you may have missed from the past month.
The Denver Post reviews Shadowbridge by Gregory Frost, Queen of Dragons by Shana Abe, and Looking Glass by James R. Strickland.

The Kansas City Star also reviews Shadowbridge as well as Thunderer by Felix Gilman.

At the Washington Post, Paul Di Filippo reviews Red Spikes by Margo Lanagan, A Companion to Wolves by Sarah Monette and Elizabeth Bear, The Sunrise Lands by S.M. Stirling, and the anthology Eclipse One, edited by Jonathan Strahan.

At the Village Voice, Brian Francis Slattery reviews You Must Be This Happy to Enter by Elizabeth Crane.

The New York Times reviews Joe Hill's 20th Century Ghosts, Laird Barron's The Imago Sequence, Clive Barker's Mister B. Gone, and John Shirley's Living Shadows.

The Los Angeles Times reviews Stephen King's Duma Key. Also, Ed Champion reviews Sharp Teeth by Toby Barlow.

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune also reviews Duma Key.

At the San Franciso Chronicle, Mike Berry reviews Runemarks by Joanne Harris.

The Charleston City Paper reviews Black Hole by Charles Burns.

At the Contra Costa Times, Clay Kallam reviews Carol Berg's Breath and Bone, Kevin J. Anderson's Metal Swarm, Naomi Novik's Empire of Ivory, Whiskey and Water by Elizabeth Bear, End of the World Blues by Jon Courtenay Grimwood, and the new anthology Wastelands, edited by John Joseph Adam.

The Toronto Star reviews Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips.

The Times of London reviews Eoin Colfer's Airman and The Cleft by Doris Lessing.

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