I’m still at ALA in Las Vegas, but it doesn’t really matter where the American Library Association holds its Annual Conference, all convention centers look alike on the inside.
This was an especially good week on the blogging/reviewing front. I don’t often have a mostly A Reviews week, but this one was particularly good. It’s great to finally understand what all the fuss has been about on Ancillary Justice and Fortune’s Pawn. They are both excellent SF. At Star’s End was tons of fun, and Supreme Justice was absorbingly good. Next week isn’t too shabby either.
There’s still a chance to get in on the Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Hop, in spite of it being a bit past Midsummer. Plus there’s a Fourth of July hop starting on Wednesday, so yet another chance for a gift card.
A- Review: Supreme Justice by Max Allan Collins + Giveaway
A Review: Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
B Review: Clockwork Tangerine by Rhys Ford
A+ Review: Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach
A- Review: At Star’s End by Anna Hackett
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