Been a bit of a slow week blogging-wise, though I'm hoping next week will be a bit busier. As always though, there's been plenty of stuff going on elsewhere, so here's a few links worth checking out.
Before that though, here's yet another cover for Nights of Villjamur (this one's the audiobook version).
Now linky links :)
Wert has reviewed Chris Wooding's TheBlack Lung Captain and while his opinion generally matches my own, he seemed to enjoy it a little more.
Mark has reviewed Gavin Smith's Veteran (still got this one my reading pile...).
Aidan's reviewed The Prince of Mist by Carlos Ruiz Zafon (another author I've been meaning to check out).
The Speculative Scotsman has assessed the preview chapters that have been released of Brandon Sanderson's The Way of Kings, and his article is worth checking out as he's never read Brandon Sanderson before, so is unbiased. I didn't bother posting the info about these chapters that I received by email, since every man and his dog across the blogosphere had done so already...).
Neth has reviewed The Passage by Justin Cronin (get used to hearing about this book - it's not going away any time soon).
Graeme has reviewed the much-heralded Swords and Dark Magic anthology - might try and see if I can wangle a copy of this, sounds excellent.
The Jub Jub Bird has got an excellent write-up of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman.
Speculative Horizons is a UK-based blog dedicated to discovering the best in speculative fiction. Here you'll find book reviews, author interviews, artwork for upcoming releases, and commentary on all aspects of the genre.
A child of the eighties, I was raised on a steady diet of Ghostbusters, Thundercats and Transformers. I eventually discovered fantasy books via the awesome Fighting Fantasy series, and my love of fantasy led me to create Speculative Horizons, a popular book review blog I ran for three years. In 2010 I joined Orbit to work as an editorial assistant.