Saturday, May 10, 2008

Side Note 2

April has left me with the very unpleasant feeling to wait for the mail service to deliver books that I have been interested to read for quite a while. “Black Magic Woman”, “The Summoner” and “The Blood King” come from the gracious people of Solaris Books, while Kate Elliot’s “Spirit Gate” comes from Tor’s newsletter. And the most pleasent surprise is "Witchember" by John Lawson, for which I didn't have to ask. How fascinating indeed. It happens for the first time. I am very happy to have these titles and now I think it’s high time to post about what goes on the blogosphere.

~ Robert at Fantasy Book Critic reviews “The Last Wish” by Andrzej Sapkowski and hosts two great giveaways on “The Last Wish” and the “Kushiel Series” by Jacqueline Carey.

~ The lovely Theresa at Fantasy and Sci-Fi Lovin’ Reviews puts up a wonderful review for “Blood Ties” by Pamela Freeman.

~ Chris at BookSwede decides to start a new passion with graphic novels by reading the Sandman series by Neil Gaiman.

~ Mihai at DarkWolf’s Fantasy Reviews hosts an incredible interview with editor John Joseph Adams about his anthology “Wastelands”.

~ Kimberley at Darque Reviews shares her thoughts on “The Darkest Kiss” by Gena Showalter. Yum!

~ Graeme decides to review “The Host” by Stephanie Meyer and if you pay attention to earlier posts you will read the horrors he experienced reading paranormal romance. Quite funny actually.


Dark Wolf said...

Harry, thank you very much for the mention and congrats on the books received.

daydream said...

No biggy! My pleasure and that interview was worth mentioning anyways! Thank and I will be having a cool time reading these.

Robert said...

Thanks for the linkage! Glad to see that you're getting some good books to read :) Enjoy!

ThRiNiDiR said...

The book you are about to read (or are already reading it) - The Left Hand of Darkness - is one of my favorite books...keep us posted.

daydream said...

Thirinidir: I am about to start reading very soon and I think I started the first fifty pages, before I got caught up in classwork and it got stashed away away. Now it's high time I read this one. I hope by the end of May to post a review.

Robert: My pleasure! I am happy myself. It's going to be an enjoyable summer. ;)

Kimberly Swan said...

Thanks so much for the mention! Sounds like you have plenty of reading to do for a bit too. :)

daydream said...

No biggie! I love what you! URBAN FANTASY rules! Anyways yup I am in for lots of reading and it scares me since I have to study so much. Oh, so little time.

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