SF&SF Book Reviews
SF Signal review issue #209 of Interzone magazine.
Strange Horizons reviews Daemonomania, the third book (of four) in John Crowley’s AEgypt series.
Bookgasm reviews Scott Westerfeld’s Specials.
Blogcritics reviews Kristopher Reisz’s gritty young adult fantasy Tripping to Somewhere.
Monsters & Critics reviews a book called The Blood of Flowers and neglects to mention the author, but does say that “a nice collection of fantasy tales are woven throughout the main story,” whatever that means.
Eve’s Alexandria reviews Liz William’s The Poison Master.
SF Signal reviews Bruce Sterling’s Schismatrix Plus, which collects his novel Schismatrix and all of the related short stories.
Strange Horizons finishes up their John Crowley feature week with a review of Endless Things, the fourth and last book in Crowley’s AEgypt series.
Pink Raygun reviews Justina Robson’s near-future techno-elf-punk novel Keeping It Real.
No Fear of the Future reviews the Rudy Rucker/Bruce Sterling story “Hormiga Canyon” from the August 2007 issue of Asimov’s, and loves it.