But first, a funny:
Now, linky links :)
Jeff has reviewed The Red Wolf Conspiracy by Robert V. S. Redick. He liked it a bit more than I did, though he too found that the last third of the book was a bit of a letdown.
Graeme has reviewed The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan. Sounds quite interesting, this one - like what The Village should have been, but wasn't. He's also run the rule on Mark Charan Newton's Nights of Villjamur. He liked it. A lot.
Trin from Realms of Spec Fic has reviewed Midwinter by Matthew Sturges. Her review contrasts quite markedly with Graeme's own review.
Ken has reviewed Mark Chadbourn's Age of Misrule: World's End. This is one that I ought to pick up at some point.
Aidan has reviewed Storm Front by Jim Butcher.
Adam has also been getting a bit of Butcher action, having reviewed Fool Moon.
Darkwolf has a review of Dan Dobos' The Abbey.
Pat has got a secksy giveaway: a proof of China Mieville's new novel The City and the City, and also points us in the direction of an interesting article about how Peter V. Brett wrote his debut novel The Painted Man on his daily commute into work.