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This Hugo nominee for the best novella is remarkable in only one aspect: it’s wholly unremarkable. The best I can say about this book is that it provides a pleasant short read, devoid of any immediate conflict or anything that … Continue reading
The fifth book in the Wayward Children delivers more easy reading, simple plot and amazing worldbuilding. Who cares that the internal logic is broken, as long as the readers can experience one of the most inventive fantasy worlds of the … Continue reading
More necromancers in space! Leviathan-sized beasts that can’t be killed by anything short of a black hole! Ghosts, revenants, possessed corpses, hyperspace that looks more like a river full of floating corpses, a space station full of skeletons and planet-killing … Continue reading
Necromancers in space. Walking skeletons, magic, sword fights, all in a galactic empire setting with spaceships, planetary invasions, and armies. Throw in a fairly pedestrian, yet amusing language, and you have a literary concoction that has the potential to blow … Continue reading