Saturday 29 March 2008

Some lazy linkage...

There are plenty of genre blogs out there, too many to name. Some great folks that run them too, and given that many take the time to link to Speculative Horizons I figured it's only fair I repay the favour.

So, here's a few links for some cool stuff that has been posted in the blogosphere recently:

Graeme over at Graeme's Fantasy Book Review has joined the party very late indeed, after he finally got around to reading Rothfuss's The Name of the Wind. He's still beaten me to it though, as I'm yet to read it. You can find his thoughts here:

Chris over at The Book Swede has been lucky enough to get his mitts on an ARC of Brian Ruckley's Bloodheir, and has posted an interesting review:

Aidan at A Dribble of Ink has the honour of being one of few people to get their hands on Joe Abercrombie's Last Argument of Kings. Unsurprisingly, he liked it. Who doesn't? Check out his thoughts here:

Neth over at The Neth Space has subjected Steven Erikson to his famous 'Questions Five' feature. Erikson reveals his perfect cup of coffee, and discusses what archaeologists in the far future might make of the Malazan books...

Finally, Wert from The Wertzone has read and reviewed the first books from the legendary David Gemmell's final Troy trilogy. Always good to see Gemmell getting a mention.

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