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King’s Justice – Maurice Broaddus

King’s Justice follows King Maker, the début novel from Maurice Broaddus. King Maker was an enjoyable adaptation of the Arthurian myth. Using the Arthurian story as the template for a novel isn’t particularly new and it is to the authors … Continue reading

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Harbinger of the Storm – Aliette de Bodard

Harbinger of the Storm is the second in the Obsidian and Blood series of fantasy novels from Aliette de Bodard. As such, it’s the follow-up to Servant of the Underworld, a novel not particularly enjoyed by me. My main gripe … Continue reading

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Servant of the Underworld – Aliette de Bodard

I read Aliette de Bodard’s Servant of the Underworld while I was increasing my experience of SF/F written by women. I’d picked it up because a couple of online reviews made it sound interesting (like an Aztec Cadfael not that … Continue reading

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Palimpsest – Catherynne M. Valente

Palimpsest is one of the novels I’d chosen to read in order that I could have a bigger pool of novels to choose from when compiling a ten novels by women for the Clarke for Vector. Which, incidentally, is going … Continue reading

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