Category Archives: Page Turning
Though I’ve discovered plenty of good works by new authors since I began writing review for BookPage, Howard Andrew Jones’ Arabian Nights’-themed pulp has been by far the most enjoyable find. I review the second book in the series, The … Continue reading
As much as I enjoyed Carr’s The Alienist, something is out of whack in his recent attempt at fantasy. My review of his The Legend of Broken would have been a bit more negative had it been written for a … Continue reading
N.K. Jemisin’s new novel won’t revolutionize the way you think about desert-based fantasies, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good read. I reviewed The Killing Moon for BookPage.
Harkaway’s the son of John LeCarré, as I’m sure he’s tired of people pointing out. His latest book, which I review here for BookPage, almost lost me, but then it had me.
I’m not sure what’s more impressive—the mix of cyber noir thriller and alternate history fascination or first-time author Rees’ adept handling of it. My review for BookPage.
The 350-400 word count restriction (because of use in BookPage‘s print edition) on my review of Neal Stephenson’s Reamde basically meant I had no room to discuss any of the really interesting things about the book. Oh, well.
My first visit to Discworld via my review for BookPage. Pratchett’s one of those legends I hadn’t read before. It was worth the trip, eventually, but I suspect some of his earlier entries in the series are better.
Jim Butcher’s latest entry in the Dresden Files may be his pulpiest, yet. It was certainly worth a review.
Dan Simmons’ dystopic vision is straight out of Glenn Beck’s nightmares. My review of it? Straight out of BookPage.
George R.R. Martin finishes off the epic editing fail that was A Feast for Crows/A Dance with Dragons. I review the result for BookPage.