Big Review Roundup!

Just to remind people that I still review books for a variety of fine publications, both print and online.  I realized I’ve been horribly lax in posting updates, so here’s a massive round-up of reviews from the past few months.  I know some of you are used to me posting links to author sites and journals, but for the sake of brevity, I’ll skip that step this time around.  Google is your friend.  

SF Site:
Married With Zombies and Flip This Zombie, by Jesse Petersen
Afterlife: The Resurrection Chronicles, by Merrie Destefano
Doubleblind and Killbox. by Ann Aguirre
Amortals, by Matt Forbeck
Kris Longknife: Redoubtable, by Mike Shepherd

Green Man Review:
Dead Waters, by Anton Strout
Midnight Riot and Moon Over Soho, by Ben Aaronovitch
For Heaven’s Eyes Only, by Simon R. Green
Scorched, by Sharon Ashwood
Nekropolis and Dead Streets, by Tim Waggoner
Sixty-One Nails and The Road to Bedlam, by Mike Shevdon

Trolls in the Hamptons, by Celia Jerome
License to Ensorcell, by Katherine Kerr
Killing Rocks, by D.D. Barant 
Managing Death, by Trent Jamieson
Unleashed and Play Dead by John Levitt
Total Eclipse by Rachel Caine
Unseen by Rachel Caine
The Black Ship and The Hollow Crown by Diana Pharaoh Francis
Bitter Night and Crimson Wind by Diana Pharaoh Francis

Sleeping Hedgehog:
Welcome to Bordertown, edited by Ellen Kushner and Holly Black

Realms of Fantasy (February 2011 issue) (Reviews once again archived on my website)
Enchanted Ivy, by Sarah Beth Durst
Hold Me Closer, Necromancer by Lish McBride
Solitary: Escape From Furnace #2, by Alexander Gordon Smith
Black Hole Sun, by David Macinnis Gill
Low Red Moon, by Ivy Devlin
Behemoth: Leviathan #2, by Scott Westerfeld
Torment: Fallen #2, by Lauren Kate
The Candidates: Delcroix Academy #1, by Inara Scott
Personal Demons, by Lisa Desrochers

Realms of Fantasy (April 2011) (Available in print only)
The Emerald Atlas, by John Stephens
The Iron Queen, by Julie Kagawa
The Painted Boy, by Charles de Lint
Out for Blood, by Alyxandra Harvey
The Goddess Test, by Aimee Carter
Fallen Angel, by Heather Terrell
Night School, by Mari Mancusi
Hexbound, by Chloe Neill

Go forth and enjoy, and if my reviews convince you to pick up even one book you hadn’t considered previously, feel free to come back and tell me about it!

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