Monthly Archives: January 2012

Heart of Iron – Ekaterina Sedia

Ekaterina Sedia’s Heart of Iron, an alternate history novel (in this the Russian Decemberists revolt of 1825 was successful), follows Sasha Trubetskaya as she becomes embroiled in the growing conflict between the British, Chinese and Russian empires. Heart of Iron, … Continue reading

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Osama – Lavie Tidhar

I had been looking forward to this one for a while, but the pleasures of an insanely huge TBR pile have meant that I’ve only got around to reading it this month. Which, now that I have got around to … Continue reading

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