Posts Tagged: Short Reviews

Four Short Reviews of Recently Read Novels

Fire with Fire by Charles Gannon Fire with Fire is the first Baen novel I’ve ever read that wasn’t written by Lois McMaster Bujold! Is that crazy or what? Although, I read it concurrently with The Sheepfarmer’s Daughter by Elizabeth Moon, which Baen published in 1988. One has to give proper dues, after all. Charles… Read more »

A Tor Heavy Group of Short Review

Shattered Pillars by Elizabeth Bear Remember when I made a bit of a stink that Range of Ghosts wasn’t nominated for a Hugo? I am even more vindicated by the exceptional quality of the sequel, Shattered Pillars. The new novel picks up right where Range of Ghosts left off with a disgraced horse lord and… Read more »

In which I write some short reviews to catch up. . .

The Ramal Extraction by Steve Perry In the 24th Century, the Galactic Union’s Army is stretched thin and mercenary units fill in the gaps. Headed up by retired Colonel R.A. Cutter, the Cutter Force Initiative is  a multi-species contractor for training, protection, extraction, or assassination. If the price is right, and it won’t run them afoul… Read more »