Monthly Archives: April 2015

Tough Traveling — The Big City

Every Thursday, Nathan at Fantasy Review Barn leads a group of fellow bloggers on “Tough Travels”, a trip through the tropes that populate the fantasy and sci-fi world, using Diane Wynne Jones’ hilarious The Tough Guide to Fantasyland as a … Continue reading

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Interview with Michael Senft (Relentless Reading)

Originally posted on SCy-Fy: the blog of S. C. Flynn:
Today I’ll be hanging out with Michael Senft of Relentless Reading, a blog providing Sci-Fi and Fantasy news, reviews and interviews from the Arizona desert. “A Veritable Paladin of Blogging”…

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Review: “The Deepest Poison” by Beth Cato

The Deepest Poison Beth Cato ★★★★ Harper Voyager, 2015. There’s not too much longer to wait for The Clockwork Crown, which hits stores on June 9, the sequel to Beth Cato’s wonderful steampunk fantasy The Clockwork Dagger, but she’s still … Continue reading

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Review: “Magonia” by Maria Dahvana Headley

Magonia Maria Dahvana Headley ★★★½ Harper Voyager, 2015. Turns out I’m a sucker for a Neil Gaiman blurb. Harper Voyager knows how to market to me. It’s also nice to have been following Neil long enough that I’m now seeing … Continue reading

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Review: “What Makes This Book So Great” by Jo Walton

What Makes This Book So Great Jo Walton ★★★★½ Tor, 2014. Jo Walton loves reading sci-fi. Really, really loves it. That should be evident from her Hugo winning novel, Among Others, a paean to growing up an outsider, immersed in … Continue reading

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