Archive | December, 2009

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Publishers Weekly reviews Liz Williams's THE IRON KHAN & Ellen Datlow's TAILS OF WONDER AND IMAGINATION: – THE IRON KHAN: "Williams continues to expand her unique future Asia, stuffing it with lively characters, chop-socky action, demonic intrigue, amazing magic, and a tasty dash of screwball comedy. This fantasy mystery adventure will delight readers who crave […]

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Pat's Fantasy Hotlist reviews THE WINDUP GIRL by Paolo Bacigalupi: – "The Windup Girl could well be the finest science fiction novel of the year."

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Barnes & Noble names THE WINDUP GIRL by Paolo Bacigalupi one of the best SF/fantasy novels of the year: – "Nothing short of an instant dystopian classic – replete with genetically engineered elephants, clipper ships and dirigibles.” Examiner.com reviews PUMP SIX by Paolo Bacigalupi – " A great collection of tales from a keen mind." […]

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Time Magazine names THE WINDUP GIRL by Paolo Bacigalupi as one of the top 10 novels of the year: – "Bacigalupi is a worthy successor to William Gibson."

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Read selections from By Blood We Live and The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes at the Baen Free Library

Winter weather means short days and long, cold nights — a perfect excuse to curl up by the fireplace with your Kindle, Nook, E-Reader, or laptop and a few good stories about detectives, vampires, and things that go bump in the night. And have we got some stories for you, stories by Harry Turtledove, Norman […]

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Bibliophile Stalker reviews BY BLOOD WE LIVE: – "One of the essential tomes when it comes to vampire literature."

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Fantasy Literature reviews HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH DEMONS by Graham Joyce: – "Impossible to put down. … A beautiful novel." Booklist reviews ECLIPSE THREE edited by Jonathan Strahan: – "A brilliant wide ranging anthology." Strange Horizons reviews THE WINDUP GIRL by Paolo Bacigalupi: – "Written with a feral conviction … provides fertile ground for […]

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School Library Journal reviews BY BLOOD WE LIVE edited by John Joseph Adams and THE WINDUP GIRL by Paolo Bacigalupi: – WINDUP GIRL: "Highly nuanced, violent, and grim … Readers with an interest in political or environmental science fiction or those for whom dystopias are particularly appealing will be intrigued. If they are able to […]

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