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!
Sweetness Follows is the best novel yet from Ciaran West. In a word, it’s grand!
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.
A mystery with no solution makes for a story worth reading in The Colorado Kid.
The stupidest, most aggravating character in recent memory blunders her way through a mystery like an amateur Inspector Clouseau.
Whether you choose the movie or book (or both) The Drop is a solid crime thriller that will entertain and stick with you.
Fans of the series will find this final volume to be tremendously satisfying but emotionally raw and, at times, utterly devastating.