Monday, June 18, 2007

Blog in Exile: Reviews for 6/18

The Kansas City Star reviews Brian Aldiss's HARM and David Anthony Durham's Acacia.

Fantasy Book Critic reviews Rebecca Stott's Ghostwalk.

Fantasy Book Spot reviews Elizabeth Bear's collection New Amsterdam. [via Neth Space, the reviewer in question]

OF Blog of the Fallen reviews Alan Campbell's Scar Night.

SciFi Weekly reviews Tim Scott's Outrageous Fortune.

Scott Edelman's current column at SciFi Weekly is all about Barry N. Malzberg's Breakfast in the Ruins (which I was reading myself about a month ago).

SF Site had a mid-June update, and the new things include:
Strange Horizons takes on Patrick Rothfuss's The Name of the Wind.

New at Tangent Online this week:
  • a review of Interzone #210
  • a review of Vera Nazarian's collection The Salt of the Air
  • and a review of Bash Down the Door and Slice Open the Badguy, edited by W.H. Horner.
New at Green Man Review:
  • this review of 1997's The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, Tenth Annual Collection, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
  • a review of Tobias S. Buckell's new novel Ragamuffin
  • a review of Neal Asher's Gridlinked
  • a review of Poppy Z. Brite's Antediluvian Tales
  • a review of Ellen Klages's YA novel The Green Glass Sea
  • a review of Salamanda Drake's Dragonsdale
  • a review of Worldcon Guest of Honor Speeches, edited by Mike Resnick and Joe Siclari
  • a review of Carol Emshwiller's The Secret City
  • a review of E.E. Knight's Valentine's Exile
  • a review of Austin Grossman's Soon I Will Be Invincible
  • a review of an entire Amanda Hemingway trilogy
  • a review of Ian MacDonald's Brasyl
  • and plenty of other stuff as well.
New reviews on Don D'Amassa's Science Fiction page this week include Karl Scroeder's Queen of Candescence, an audiobook version of Dune, and more.

And, on D'Amassa's Fantasy page, you'll find other new reviews.

D'Amassa's Horror page features new reviews, as well.

At Blogcritics, they have:
  • a review of Madsen Pirie's Dark Visitor and Children of the Night
  • a review of Holly Lisle's Midnight Rain
  • a review of Laini Taylor's Faeries of Dreamdark: Blackbringer.
Book Fetish reviews Guy Gavriel Kay's Ysabel.

This week's Publishers Weekly fiction reviews include collections by Sheila Finch and Bruce Sterling; novels by Brandon Sanderson, Ben Bova, and Diana L. Paxson; and Scott Lynch's pirate extravaganza Red Seas Under Red Skies.

PW's childrens' book reviews for this week include YA fantasy novels by Emma Layborn and Jeffrey Kluger, among other things.

And the PW web-exclusive reviews this week include Julie Kenner's Demons Are Forever, the Fantasy anthology from Wallace and Tremblay, and Jack Ketchum's Joyride.

The Davis Enterprise reviews Robert J. Sawyer's Rollback. [via Sawyer]

Kate Nepveu reviews Brandon Sanderson's debut novel Elantris.

Visions of Paradise reviews A. Bertram Chandler's classic (well, that might be stretching it -- but it's old and it's still an enjoyable read) novel Far Traveler.

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