Review copies: Abercrombie, Brust, Erikson

And lo, there were three.

And lo, there were three.

Joe Abercrombie’s HALF A KING, which I’m supposed to review for Strange Horizons; Steven Brust’s HAWK (Vlad Taltos, how much do I like this series?); and Steven Erikson’s WILLFUL CHILD, which is hopefully a much better Star Trek parody than Scalzi’s REDSHIRTS was.

2 thoughts on “Review copies: Abercrombie, Brust, Erikson

  1. My desire for Hawk knows no bounds. I did get to hear Steve read the first chapter in a hot tub at Minicon, so there’s that.

    I am really interested in what Steven Erikson has done in Willful Child.

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