A new column over at Tor.com:
Tanya Huff’s A Peace Divided is the second novel in her new space opera series, set in the same universe as her Valor novels, and starring former Marine Gunnery Sergeant Torin Kerr. The war is over, but that’s just released a lot of well-trained, battle-scarred survivors back into the general population. Someone with the appropriate training and mindset to deal with violence needs to be part of civilian law enforcement, and as it turns out, Torin Kerr and her crew of (mostly) former Marine misfits are reasonably well-suited to the demands of the job.
A new post live today over at Tor.com.
Here are TWO.
Courtesy of Titan Books, Tanya Huff’s AN ANCIENT PEACE, and George Mann’s THE OSIRIS RITUAL.
Four of them!
That’s Elizabeth Bear’s KAREN MEMORY, Tanya Huff’s THE FUTURE FALLS, Paul Cornell’s THE SEVERED STREETS, and Garth Nix’s CLARIEL.
The world is full of books.
That’s Tina Connolly’s COPPERHEAD (Tor), Tanya Huff’s THE FUTURE FALLS (DAW), Jacqueline Carey’s POISON FRUIT (Ace), Steven Erikson’s FORGE OF DARKNESS (Tor), Jack Campbell’s THE LOST STARS: IMPERFECT SWORD (Ace), Jacey Bedford’s EMPIRE OF DUST (DAW) and Julie E. Czerneda’s A PLAY OF SHADOWS (Daw).
Sometimes the height of Mt. TBR gets a little daunting.