The Ancillary trilogy ends with the tremendously satisfying Ancillary Mercy.
Middle installment stumbles a bit from the brilliant Ancillary Justice but is still compelling science fiction.
Emily St. John Mandel’s follow up to Station Eleven is a sprawling novel about the trajectory of choices.
Broken Harbor, by Tana French, is not a book. It is a jagged ball of glass that dazzles the eyes but draws blood as deftly as a razor blade.
A rushed and hackneyed ending still doesn’t derail the best Pendergast outing in years.
A goofy, gory journey through American history!
Evocative world building and a surprising story highlight this dark New Orleans based fantasy!
The Gone World is dark, twisty, and inventive, with big ideas and a plot that grabs you from the prologue.
Head On is a great thriller and an exhilarating ride from the start!
When everyone around you is a cheat and a liar who can you trust?
Sweetness Follows is the best novel yet from Ciaran West. In a word, it’s grand!
The 17th entry is the weakest since the 16th. I’m sensing a trend.
Entertaining account of development hell for several recent video games.
Fifty Mice is a fast moving and entertaining book that unfortunately loses the suspense by the end.
The Dark Tower gets an emotional epilogue in this last(?) visit with Roland and the ka-tet.
A mystery with no solution makes for a story worth reading in The Colorado Kid.