My review of Cindy Pon’s new novel Want is now up at Strange Horizons. I quite liked this book, though it did prompt some depressing musing about the state of the world–not really distinguishable from any other day ending in Y in 2017, admittedly.
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My review of the newest entry in Megan Whalen Turner’s Queen’s Thief series is up at Strange Horizons. There are also quite a lot of remarks about the series as a whole, and a few about Dorothy Dunnett’s Lymond Chronicles–all of which are amazing books that I recommend highly.
My review of Yoon Ha Lee’s follow-up to Ninefox Gambit (2016) is now up at Strange Horizons. I have been a fan for a while, particularly since I heard Lee speak at the Sirens Conference in 2015, and the book does not disappoint.
Rather belatedly, you can read my contribution to the Strange Horizons 2016 in Review column.
As 2017 turns out unhappily, I stand by what I said at the end.
I wrote 6000 words about Diane Duane’s Young Wizards series at Strange Horizons.
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My review of Lian Hearn’s two newest novels is now up at Strange Horizons.
I really went off on these books, and I’m not sorry at all.