Cover to Cover #397B: Books and . . .

Lejon from Chandler chimes in on the kerfuffle, and some points on the pricing disagreements and rumored e-book exclusivity are clarified in the process.

The Library: Shadowrise by Tad Williams; Cat's Claw by Amber Benson; Time Shares edited by Jean Rabe and Martin H. Greenberg; The Secret of the Dragon by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman; Dead Matter by Anton Strout; Starship: Flagship by Mike Resnick; Where Angels Fear to Tread by Thomas E. Sniegoski; Burn by Ted Dekker and Erin Healy;

Listener Review: Web Genii brings us a review of Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey.

The Library, continued: Coyote Destiny by Alan Steele; Hastur Lord by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Deborah J. Ross; Shalador's Lady by Anne Bishop; Deep In The Woods by Chris Marie Green; A Magic of Nightfall by S. L. Farrell; The Brain Thief by Alexander Jablokov; Geosynchron by David Louis Edelman

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  1. WebGenii says

    Just finished Anno Dracula by Kim Newman - its not eligible for review. First published in 1992, Stands the test of time very well.And I gather after wikiing that it was the jumping off point for a series as well. Excellent alternate history horror.

  2. Cam Moor says


    I will say, Carey’s world in her Kushiel’s Legacy books isnt for everyone but beyond the sex as religion that some people may not find for them, theres an amazing focus on love. Love for country, family, friends. Love as a weakness, as a weapon, as sex. If anyone isn’t bothered by the level of sexuality, I can’t recommend books 1-6 enough. I haven’t started on the Naamah arc yet.