Cover to Cover #287B: Library Time

TesseractsYou can tell we were in a bit of a rush to get our holiday week/weekend started.

This show is 100% dedicated to the Library Segment, and we discuss the large number of books around the studio.

The Library: The Elves of Cintra by Terry Brooks (30 YEARS?!?!); Midnight Awakening by Lara Adrian; High Deryni by Katharine Kurtz (revised and expanded); I Am Legend by Richard Matheson (movie tie-in cover); The Devil Inside by Jenna Black; A War of Gifts by Orson Scott Card; One for Sorrow by Christopher; Dreamsongs, Volume 1 and Dreamsongs, Volume 2 by George R. R. Martin; Virtual Evil by Jana Oliver; The Pearls by Deborah Chester; A Sword from Red Ice by J. V. Jones; Tesseracts Eleven edited by Cory Doctorow and Holly Phillips; Swimming without a Net by Mary Janice Davidson; God's Demon by Wayne Barlowe; Darwin's Paradox Nina Munteanu; The Watcher by Jeanne C. Stein; Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade by Diana Gabaldon; Keeper's Child by Leslie Davis; 2012: War for the Souls by Whitley Strieber; Dark Warrior Rising by Ed Greenwood.

Review: Michael Stackpole gives us a review of Shooting War, a graphic novel by Anthony Lappe and Daniel Goldman (Grand Central Publishing).

Don't forget, you can also comment on books listed in The Library... look through the listings and feel free to post your thoughts and comments there.

Submitting Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know!

Promo: Serenity 2: The sequel is worth fighting for


  1. Thanks for pointing out "God's Demon" -- I found it in the bookstore today and took a peek. I'm even more intrigued by it now that I've looked into it more: the concept of a demon trying to earn redemption by shutting down Beelzebub is fascinating to me. (I should also note that the artwork and overall graphical presentation of this book are marvelous, as I would expect of Barlowe.) I just ordered my copy from Amazon...