Tag Archives: Tor Books

Review: Or What You Will by Jo Walton

Like many readers out there, I have a massive backlog of books that I’m desperately trying to read through. Among that list would be everything written by Jo Walton. Naturally, that means I had to make time to read Or What You Will. Continue reading

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Review: When the Sparrow Falls by Neil Sharpson

Looking for a new dystopian science fiction novel to dive into? Check out Neil Sharpson’s When the Sparrow Falls Continue reading

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Review: The Scholars of Night by John M. Ford

Don’t you just love it when a book gets reprinted? I know I do. It gives me a chance to notice books that I missed the first time around. In this instance, the book in question is actually older than I am, which is always pretty cool. The Scholars of Night by John M. Ford is getting republished by Tor Books and is perfect for all the mystery fans in the house. Continue reading

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Review: Even Greater Mistakes by Charlie Jane Anders

I am a massive fan of Charlie Jane Anders and the fantastic fictional worlds she creates. Naturally, I was tickled to hear that she has written an anthology, Even Greater Mistakes. If you’re looking for a wild collection from various worlds and ideas, this is the perfect read for you. Continue reading

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Review: The Family Plot by Cherie Priest

The Family Plot is the latest paranormal mystery to come from the mind of Cherie Priest (the author who brought us Boneshaker, Maplecroft, and more). Continue reading

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Review: A Master of Djinn by P. Djeli Clark

A Master of Djinn is the first in a new series by the amazing P. Djeli Clark. Naturally, I knew that I had to add Dead Djinn Universe to my must-read series! Did I mention that this is P. Djeli Clark’s debut novel? Yes, please! Continue reading

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Review: Elder Race by Adrian Tchaikovsky

I have been so unbelievably excited for Elder Race by Adrian Tchaikovsky. I fell in love with Tchaikovsky’s work a few years ago when his novella Made Things was released. Since then, I have enjoyed many other stories, and this start to a new series is no exception. Continue reading

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Review: The Endless Skies by Shannon Price

The Endless Skies is the latest novel to come from Shannon Price, so you better believe I snatched it up as quickly as I could manage! Continue reading

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Review: Knight: A Chronicle of Sybil’s War by Timothy Zahn

Knight: A Chronicle of Sybil’s War is the second novel in Timothy Zahn’s series, Sybil’s War. It’s an epic space opera perfect for fans of the genre. Continue reading

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Review: Isolate by L.E.Modesitt Jr.

Isolate is the start of L.E. Modesitt Jr.’s latest series. If you’re looking for the striking blend that is both science fiction and steampunk elements, with a dash of mystery and fantasy, then this is going to be the perfect read for you. Continue reading

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