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The Crooked Letter by Sean Williams - a review
The Books of the Cataclysm series is off to a strong start with The Crooked Letter.
The Burning Bridge by John Flanagan - a review
The second book in John Flanagan's Ranger Apprentice series follows young Will as he continues to fight against the evil Morgarath
The Buntline Special by Mike Resnick - a review
In a steampunk version of the Old West, Doc Holliday and Earps protect Thomas Edison from an assassin.
The Blood Debt by Sean Williams - a review
In the second title in the Books of the Cataclysm the world is a drastically different place, one full of elemental magic, supernatural creatures and the threat of "the void beneath."
The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud
In London, magicians are in control, using the power of the demons they bind to themselves to rule. Nathaniel is placed with a middling magician to learn the ways of magic and power, but the lessons move slowly and Nathaniel is impatient.
The 2004 Hugo Award Winners
The 2004 winners were announced on September 4th at Worldcon.
Telefax Acclaimed by Toni Seger - a review
A civil war is brewing on Samera. The machine loving Dodis are pitted against the "primitive" Samerac for the possession of their planet. Orchestrating the conflict is the Federation, a technology dependent culture that coverts the natural resources on SAmera
Sword of the Rightful King by Jane Yolen
Best-selling author Jane Yolen retells the Arthurian legend in her novel.
Storm Front by Jim Butcher - a review
Storm Front is the first book in The Dresden Files series.
Staying Dead by Laura Anne Gilman - a reivew
Wren is a Talent and a retriever. She's paid to bring back magical objects, no questions asked. But her latest job is proving to be difficult.
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