Sunday, 26 May 2013

Brilliant Books, No Comment


I've been so busy with other writery things recently that I've not had time to post any book reviews here. And annoyingly that's clashed with a period when I've read tons of good books that I wanted to review, as I thought they deserved some praise (I've not been too busy to stop reading, obviously. The important stuff still gets done...)

Anyway, I've come to the reluctant conclusions that I'm not going to catch up. You'll just have to do the reviews in your head - it's like audience participation. But I'll just say that each of the below is well worth a read:

Among Prey - Alan Ryker. I said his last book was his best book, but now this is.

Delphine Dodd - S.P. Miskowski. Scariness in a novella set in the same world as Knock Knock.



Attic Clowns 2 - Jeremy C. Ship.  Four stories, each of which might give you  Coulrophobia.

The Iron River & Other Stories - Tony Rabig. *Makes Twilight Zone noise*


The Accord - Keith Brooke. Mind-bogglingly good head-fuck science fiction.

Love Songs For The Shy & Cynical - Robert Shearman. A book as good as its cover.

See, I told you I'd read a lot of good books.

4 comments:

Kirsten said...

Wow! You've been busy, and looks like I'm going to be too now that I want to check out some of these books - the one line reviews are good enough for me. :-)
I hope you don't mind, but I've given you a little award over at Short Story Ideas. I hope you'll find the time to accept it.
Have a great week.

James Everington said...

Oh an award - I best iron my tux then :)

Seriously, thanks for your comment & the award - much appreciated.

J.

Alan Ryker said...

Thanks!

Tony Rabig said...

And thanks from me too.

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