Simon Bisson (sbisson) wrote,
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So many books, so little time...

I'm afraid I have to give up. I've read so much recently that there's no time to review all the books on the pile. Let's just say if I was doing 50bookchallenge I'd be well over my target already...

So, as I need the space, and here's just the start of a list of the recent reads with a quick star rating instead of a full review. Hopefully normal service will be resumed shortly...

Resurgence, Charles Sheffield ***
Ghost Of The White Nights, L.E Modesitt Jr. ****
Lost In Transmission, Wil McCarthy **
The Ghost Of The Revelator, L.E. Modesitt Jr. ****
Underland, Mick Farren **
Speed Of Dark, Elizabeth Moon *****
Demontech: Onslaught, David Sherman **
Tiger In The Sky, Sheila Finch *
Darwin's Children, Greg Bear ****
Living Dead In Dallas, Charlaine Harris ***
A Mind For Trade, Andre Norton And Sherwood Smith **
Invoking Darkness, Jeanne Cavelos **
The Lunatic Cafe, Laurell K. Hamilton **
Bloody Bones, Laurell K. Hamilton **
The Killing Dance, Laurell K. Hamilton *
Postmarked The Stars, Andre Norton ***
Plague Ship, Andre Norton ***
Elsewhere, Will Shetterley, ****
Heirs Of Earth, Sean Williams and Sean Dix ****
Bone Wars, Brett Davis ***
Bitter Gold Tears, Glen Cook ***
Sir Apropos Of Nothing, Peter David ***
Darklost, Mick Farren **
The Price Of Peace, Mike Moscoe **
Borderland, Terri Windling and Mark Alan Arnold ****
Circus Of The Damned, Laurell K. Hamilton ***
Nevernever, Will Shetterly ****
Conqurors Heritage, Timothy Zahn **
The Stone War, Madeline E. Robins ****
The Dragon Never Sleeps, Glen Cook ***
Nylon Angel, Marianne De Pierres ***
Kushiel's Dart, Jacqueline Carey ***
Do Comets Dream? S.P. Somtow **
Borderlands Of Science, Charles Sheffield ***
Wasteland Of Flint, Thomas Harlan *****

And that's just the recently read paperbacks. Hardcovers, proofs and trades to follow in a further post....

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