This blog will eventually contain (I hope) many reviews of Science Fiction and Fantasy novels. Right now, of course, it contains absolutely nothing.
I am participating in two fantastic book clubs, the Women of Science Fiction and the Women of Fantasy, for 2011. January's books have already been pretty thoroughly discussed, so I won't add any reviews here.
For February, the selections are Ursula K. Le Guin's The Dispossessed, and Freda Warrington's Elfland. If you haven't read The Dispossessed, I recommend it. I would be re-reading it now, if I hadn't misplaced my copy on another continent. I am currently working my way through the Warrington book, and I intend to review it on the last day of this month.
Other books I am currently reading include Neal Stephenson's The Diamond Age, Kim Stanley Robinson's Red Mars, and China Miéville's The City and the City. There are also a number of books that I have not yet started to read, but will begin in the relatively near future. All of these are listed below.
To Sum Up
Books Which Will be Reviewed Soon:
- Elfland, by Freda Warrington
- The Diamond Age, by Neal Stephenson
- Red Mars, by Kim Stanley Robinson
- The City and the City, by China Miéville
Books I Will Probably Read Soon:
- Gateway, by Frederik Pohl
- The Yiddish Policeman's Union, by Michael Chabon
- Prospero Lost, by L. Jagi Lamplighter
- Darkship Thieves, by Sarah Hoyt
- Stations of the Tide, by Michael Swanwick