Oh, My! More Book Reviews!
Graeme’s Fantasy Book Review looks at Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
The Guardian reviews Scarlett Thomas’s The End of Mr. Y.
OF Blog of the Fallen reviews Daniel Wallace’s Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician.
Blogcritics reviews Warren Hammond’s KOP.
The Kansas City Star reviews The Dark River by the secretive and mysterious John Twelve Hawks.
In the Washington Post, Jeff VanderMeer reviews Ian McDonald’s Brasyl, Kay Kenyon’s Bright of the Sky, Susan Palwick’s Shelter, and more.
Book Fetish reviews Yasmine Galenorn’s Changeling.
CA Reviews looks at Kristin Landon’s The Hidden Worlds.
Powells Books Blog reviews Matt Ruff’s new novel, Bad Monkeys.
Kate Nepveu reviews Vernor Vinge’s Hugo-nominated novel Rainbows End.
Visions of Paradise reviews C.J. Cherryh’s Inheritor.
Star Trek.com, looking for summer reading, lists the best Star Trek novels of the year so far.
BestSF reviews the June issue of F&SF.
BestSF also reviews the July issue of Asimov’s.
A couple of Don D’Amassa’s relevant review pages have been updated since last I looked at them:
- the SF page has new reviews of James Rollins’s The Judas Strain, Adam Roberts’s Land of the Headless, and others
- and the Fantasy page covers a certain Harry Potter book, Naomi Novik’s Empire of Ivory, and more.
There’s a new book review column at Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, covering Cameron Rogers’s The Music of Razors, Susan Palwick’s Shelter, and more.
Monsters & Critics reviews Kat Richardson’s Poltergeist.
Monsters & Critics also reviews Mike Carey’s first novel, The Devil You Know.
Fantasy Book Critic reviews Camille DeAngelis’s Mary Modern.
SciFi Weekly reviews Stephanie S. Tolan’s Plague Year.
SFF World reviews Charles Stross’s The Atrocity Archives.
Strange Horizons reviews Forrest Aguirre’s Swans Over the Moon.
A.N. Wilson, of the Telegraph, resisted Philip Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” trilogy for a decade, but has recently succumbed.
Amazon has posted their “official” review of that Deathly Hallows book.
Blogcritics, meanwhile, has their fourth review of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Publishers Weekly’s fiction reviews for this week includes an extensive section on SF/Fantasy/Horror, starting with Michael Moorcock’s The Metatemporal Detective and including books by Brian Ruckley, P.R. Frost, and Steven Erikson.
About.com reviews Roger Highfield’s The Science of Harry Potter.