Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Blog in Exile: Reviews for 6/27

Fantasy Book Critic reviews Neal Asher's Hilldiggers.

SciFi Weekly reviews Sheri S. Tepper's The Margarets.

SF Signal reviews Terry Pratchett's Witches Abroad.

Strange Horizons reviews Nalo Hopkinson's The New Moon's Arms.

Book Fetish reviews Dawn Thompson's Blood Moon.

Library Journal's 6/15 issue has a long round-up of SF/Fantasy books, including titles by Catherine Asaro, Elizabeth Bear, Tobias S. Buckell, Laura Anne Gilman, Susan Palwick, and many more. [thanks to superagent Joshua Bilmes for passing on the link]

CA Reviews covers Yasmine Galenorn's Changeling.

Kids Lit reviews Derek Landy's middle-grades fantasy novel Skullduggery Pleasant.

Powell's Book Blog has the Esquire review of Haruki Murakami's After Dark.

Wistful Writings reviews Tobias S. Buckell's Ragamuffin. [via the author]

David Louis Edelman continues his journey through the books of Middle-earth with a look at J.R.R. Tolkien's The Two Towers. (Originally published a few weeks back, but seems to have been at least slightly edited.)

Lenin's Tomb reviews Ken MacLeod's The Execution Channel.

Gwenda Bond liked Austin Grossman's Soon I Will Be Invincible, Matt Russ's Bad Monkeys, and Kelley Eskridge's Dangerous Space.

Monsters and Critics reviews Julie Kenner's Demons Are Forever.

Marianne Plumridge reviews The Writer's Guide to Fantasy Literature edited by Philip Martin.

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