Posts Tagged: Kameron Hurley

Forgotten Future: The Stories We’re Missing

Hurley Mirror Empire Slice

My first epic fantasy novel, The Mirror Empire, came out this month. It was one of over 300 other science fiction and fantasy books that came out this month. That doesn’t count self-published titles. It also doesn’t count the other story media vying for our attention today – new video games, television shows, and movies…. Read more »

The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley

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Kameron Hurley wrote a book called God’s War. It won her the 2011 Sydney J. Bounds Award for Best Newcomer, presented by the British Fantasy Society, and the 2011 Kitschies for Best Debut Novel. It was also nominated for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the British Science Fiction Award, the Nebula award, shortlisted for a Locus Award for Best… Read more »

If you liked… Joe Abercrombie

It’s been a long time since I did an “If you liked” post. Since Joe Abercrombie is becoming the center of my blogging life for the foreseeable future, I figured I’d talk about him some more. One of the things that makes Abercrombie unique is that all of his books are written in a different style…. Read more »

A recent reading log. . .

I write this post with trepidation  It’s a gross departure from what Staffer’s Book Review has been about since day one. Nevertheless, the new job, the death of my father-in-law, Christmas, an increasingly needy three year old, and my general slacking of my duties as a blogger, has found me desperately far behind in my reviewing…. Read more »

Infidel by Kameron Hurley, a rewrite

With Kameron Hurley’s final novel in her Bel Dame Apocrypha being released, I thought it would be appropriate to rerun my God’s War and Infidel reviews at A Dribble of Ink, before publishing a review of Hurley’s concluding volume, Rapture. I had a problem though, I didn’t really think my review of either of the first two novels was all… Read more »

God’s War by Kameron Hurley, a rewrite

As I’m hope most everyone is aware, A Dribble of Ink syndicates two of my reviews a month, usually with a new release on the first Tuesday and then an older title from my so-called back list. With Kameron Hurley final novel in her Bel Dame Apocrypha being released, I thought it would be appropriate… Read more »