My modem died at home so this will be very brief. Below are the latest review copies that have come my way.
Top highlights for me included Jane Carver of Waar by Nathan Long, which is a riff on the John Carter books only starring a biker chick/Airborne Ranger. Joe Golem and the Drowning City is the latest Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden collaboration, which seems to be a 1920's alternative history/steampunk story. Look gorgeous no matter what it is. A. Lee Martinez's latest Emperor Mollusk versus the Sinister Brain should be good for quite a few laughs and is related to his recent guest post here.
Given I just finished Caitlain R. Kiernan's newest novel The Drowning Girl (loved it), I'm eager to get at her new short story collection Confessions of a Five-Chambered Heart coming from Sub Press shortly. Also, I'm on the fence about A Game of Groans, which is the Song of Ice and Fire parody I mentioned some months back. I could just wait for the inevitable SNL sketches.
I'm interested in a lot of the others seen above as well, but I just don't know when I'll get the time. I still have to catch up on Stina Leicht's Fey and Fallen series, which has received nearly all rave reviews to date. No rest for the bookish.
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