People Reading Books
The Seattle Times reviews Jasper Fforde’s “Thursday Next” series.
Slate looks at Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
The Agony Column reviews Alan Campbell’s Lye Street, a novella-as-a-book prequel to Scar Night.
Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist reviews Jeff Somers’s The Electric Church.
Blogcritics has what I think is their sixth review for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Honestly, I can’t keep track any more.
Book Fetish reviews a three-author linked erotic romance anthology called Hell on Heels. (Oh my God, the Twayne Triplets are back…and this time they’re porn!)
Bookgasm reviews Warren Hammond’s KOP.
Bookgasm also reviews A Dog About Town, a murder mystery told from the POV of a thinking dog, which is fantasy enough for my book.
The Henry Herald of Georgia reviews Kull: Exile of Atlantis by Robert E. Howard.
American Chronicle reviews Harry Potter and the…Half-Blood Prince. (ha HA! Fooled you!)
The Chicago Center for Literature and Photography reviews David Louis Edelman’s Infoquake.
David Louis Edelman (author of Infoquake) reviews Deathly Hallows.
Sherwood Smith writes about the three books that she’s in the middle of reading.
Melinda Snodgrass has also read Deathly Hallows.
Sean Williams posts several reviews of his novel Saturn Rising.
Abigail Nussbaum reviews Deathly Hallows by starting from Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” (And I may be a heretic on this issue, but I think it’s damn unlikely that Deathly Hallows will be good enough to pull the Potter books ahead of the magnificent ending of Snicket’s The End)
Tenser, Said the Tensor reviews Brave New Words; The Oxford Dictionary of Science Fiction.