The Birthgrave by Tanith Lee Let me be clear: The Birthgrave has kind of a dumb plot. It’s repetitive, it’s all predicated on a prosaic twist that’s kept overly mysterious, and when the big reveal finally does come, it’s via one of the most blatant examples of deus ex machina I’ve ever seen. All the […]Read More
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Posted by Greg Hersom | Oct 10, 2011 | SFF Reviews | 14
The Coming of the Horseclans by Robert Adams After two centuries, the undying High Lord Milo Morai has returned to the Horseclans to lead them to their prophesied destiny. First they must conquer their enemies and the Witchmen — pre-holocaust scientists who have continued living by transplanting their minds into stolen bodies. I stole most […]Read More
Posted by Rebecca Fisher | Feb 7, 2008 | SFF Reviews | 0
Cart and Cwidder by Diana Wynne Jones Diana Wynne Jones is best known for her quirky books that combine magic with realistic, everyday people dealing with the problems that magic creates. Though some take place in parallel worlds, the general atmosphere of these books are contemporary and firmly grounded in reality. However, Cart and Cwidder […]Read More
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