INDEX

Hi there,

Here's the new index of book reviews and interviews I've done since the creation of this blog. Looking back, I can't quite believe I did all this. . . One thing's for sure, though. It's cool to have you guys along for the ride!;-)

Enjoy!

2005

JANUARY

- The Book of Words (J. V. Jones)
- Children of Amarid (David B. Coe)
- The Outlanders (David B. Coe)
- Eagle-Sage (David B. Coe)

FEBRUARY

- Shadowmarch (Tad Williams)
- Ship of Magic (Robin Hobb)
- Mad Ship (Robin Hobb)
- Ship of Destiny (Robin Hobb)

MARCH

- The Runes of the Earth (Stephen R. Donaldson)
- David B. Coe interview
- Tad Williams interview
- The Silences of Home (Caitlin Sweet)
- Quicksilver (Neal Stephenson)

APRIL

- L. E. Modesitt, jr. interview
- Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (Matthew Stover)
- The Confusion (Neal Stephenson)
- The System of the World (Neal Stephenson)

MAY

- The Darkness that Comes Before (R. Scott Bakker)
- The Warrior-Prophet (R. Scott Bakker)
- Fool's Errand (Robin Hobb)
- Golden Fool (Robin Hobb)

JUNE

- Fool's Fate (Robin Hobb)
- It's Only Temporary (Eric Shapiro)
- In the King's Service (Katherine Kurtz)
- The Curse of Chalion (Lois McMaster Bujold)
- Paladin of Souls (Lois McMaster Bujold)

JULY

- Robin Hobb interview
- The Years of Rice and Salt (Kim Stanley Robinson)
- Neverwhere (Neil Gaiman)

AUGUST

- The Golden Compass (Philip Pullman)
- The Subtle Knife (Philip Pullman)
- The Amber Spyglass (Philip Pullman)
- Dune: The Butlerian Jihad (Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson)

SEPTEMBER

- Dune: The Machine Crusade (Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson)
- Dune: The Battle of Corrin (Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson)
- Shaman's Crossing (Robin Hobb)

OCTOBER

- One Palestine, Complete (Tom Segev)
- Anansi Boys (Neil Gaiman)
- Knife of Dreams (Robert Jordan)
- Legacies (L. E. Modesitt, jr.)
- Bloodline of the Holy Grail (Laurence Gardner)

NOVEMBER

- Darknesses (L. E. Modesitt, jr.)
- Scepters (L. E. Modesitt, jr.)
- Thud! (Terry Pratchett)
- Kitty and the Midnight Hour (Carrie Vaughn)

DECEMBER

- The Thousandfold Thought (R. Scott Bakker)
- The Radioactive Redhead (John Zakour and Lawrence Ganem)
- Giants of the Frost (Kim Wilkins)
- Elantris (Brandon Sanderson)
- R. Scott Bakker interview
- Lord of Snow and Shadows (Sarah Ash)


2006

JANUARY

- Steven Erikson interview
- Prisoner of the Ironsea Tower (Sarah Ash)
- Children of the Serpent Gate (Sarah Ash)
- The Amber Wizard (David Forbes)

FEBRUARY

- Steven Erikson interview
- Gardens of the Moon (Steven Erikson)
- Naomi Novik interview
- The Rule of Four (Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason)
- Brandon Sanderson interview
- Talon of the Silver Hawk (Raymond E. Feist)
- David Eddings interview
- Deadhouse Gates (Steven Erikson)
- King of Foxes (Raymond E. Feist)

MARCH

- Paul Kearney interview
- His Majesty's Dragon / Temeraire (Naomi Novik)
- Memories of Ice (Steven Erikson)
- In the Eye of Heaven (David Keck)
- David Keck interview

APRIL

- Exile's Return (Raymond E. Feist)
- House of Chains (Steven Erikson)
- Throne of Jade (Naomi Novik)
- Caitlin Sweet interview

MAY

- George R. R. Martin interview
- Ian Cameron Esslemont interview
- City of Saints and Madmen (Jeff Vandermeer)
- Tracy and Laura Hickman interview
- Jacqueline Carey interview
- Midnight Tides (Steven Erikson)
- Black Powder War (Naomi Novik)
- The Lies of Locke Lamora (Scott Lynch)
- Robin Hobb interview

JUNE

- Ian Cameron Esslemont interview
- Vellum (Hal Duncan)
- Scott Lynch interview
- Zodiac (Neal Stephenson)
- Kitty goes to Washington (Carrie Vaughn)

JULY

- Carrie Vaughn interview
- Twilight Falling (Paul S. Kemp)
- The Bonehunters (Steven Erikson)
- Dawn of Night (Paul S. Kemp)
- Forest Mage (Robin Hobb)

AUGUST

- Midnight's Mask (Paul S. Kemp)
- Mistborn: The Final Empire (Brandon Sanderson)
- The Mark of Ran (Paul Kearney)
- This Forsaken Earth (Paul Kearney)
- Night of Knives (Ian Cameron Esslemont)
- Lonely Planet Bluelist

SEPTEMBER

- Flight of the Nighthawks (Raymond E. Feist)
- A Game of Thrones (George R. R. Martin)
- Melanie Rawn interview
- Into a Dark Realm (Raymond E. Feist)
- Joel Shepherd interview
- Good Omens (Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman)

OCTOBER

- Fragile Things (Neil Gaiman)
- Crossover (Joel Shepherd)
- River of Gods (Ian McDonald)

NOVEMBER

- Spellbinder (Melanie Rawn)
- Ian McDonald interview
- A Clash of Kings (George R. R. Martin)
- The Blade Itself (Joe Abercrombie)

DECEMBER

- Winterbirth (Brian Ruckley)
- Joe Abercrombie interview
- The Crooked Letter (Sean Williams)
- Orson Scott Card interview
- Brian Ruckley interview
- Peter Watts interview
- Blindsight (Peter Watts)


2007

JANUARY

- Guy Gavriel Kay interview
- The Name of the Wind (Patrick Rothfuss)
- Ysabel (Guy Gavriel Kay)
- Dan Simmons interview
- Ink (Hal Duncan)
- China Miéville interview

FEBRUARY

- Unclean (Richard Lee Byars)
- Tad Williams interview
- The Terror (Dan Simmons)
- Keeping it Real (Justina Robson)

MARCH

- C. S. Friedman interview
- Before They Are Hanged (Joe Abercrombie)
- Hal Duncan interview
- Joe Abercrombie interview
- Reaper's Gale (Steven Erikson)
- Patrick Rothfuss interview
- Kitty Takes a Holiday (Carrie Vaughn)

APRIL

- Shadowplay (Tad Williams)
- Ian Cameron Esslemont interview
- Jacqueline Carey interview
- Breakaway (Joel Shepherd)
- Richard Morgan interview

MAY

- Brasyl (Ian McDonald)
- Red Seas under Red Skies (Scott Lynch)
- Black Man/Thirteen (Richard Morgan)
- Ian McDonald interview
- The Lees of Laughter's End (Steven Erikson)

9 commentaires:

chris hyland said...

I found your blog about 4 months after it had started and I hadn't until a while later got into the habit of adding the good-reveiewed-books to my Amazon WishList just to keep track of all the great books out there. So that's what I do now!
Cheers Pat

Chris Hyland said...

Sorry to post again btw. But I was just wondering-are you gonna read the latest and final Harry Potter??!
I know lots of people (generally those who haven't read them, just seen the films) do regard them as YA or even children's books but i still think them some of the best-and certainly most entaining, captivating and rewarding-books I've ever read.
They're accesible on all levels and now with the release of the latest volumes in the series, the age majority of people who read them is turning from child to adult.
So basically...I seriously think you should read Deathly Hallows, mate!! Even if it's just to review the HP book which will break all records and make history for the last time.
HP7 has been solid No. 1 Bestseller on Amazon, etc since October of last year when the title was revealed-before the book was even finished!
Go on, give it a go, just so that I haven't written all this for nothing! =D

DesLily said...

I am fairly new so am checking out some of your older reviews..
I was glad to see you are a Stephen R Donaldson fan!.. his new book Fatel Reverent will be out this October, I can't wait! I hope you review that one too!

Patrick said...

Chris: Though I've been enjoying the movies, I was waiting for the entire series to be finished before reading the Harry Potter books. So I will at some point!

Deslily: I'm a huge Donaldson fan. Funny you should mention Fatal Revenant, because I've been bugging Putnam for an ARC or the page proofs for a while now! I'd also like to do an interview with the author later this year...

DesLily said...

Ohhh, that would be really neat! I do love his Covenant Chronicles!! I read his website from time to time... at my age (63) I hope I live long enough for the LAST book to come out! Dang it.. he's allowed something like 36 months to write each installment! Back when the Lord Foul's Bane trio came out they were releasing them every 14 months or so.. that I could handle! lol.

(I love Saltheart Foamfollower! I reread the books sometimes just to "meet him again" lol.. )

Aidan said...

What a great resource! I look forward to going through that list and seeing what you had to say about some of the books released before I found your blog!

Anonymous said...

Nice blog! Thanks for putting out there, good reviews. Just finised George RR Martins Game of thrones, what a great read. Also, I see you have read almost all of Gaimens books *except* American Gods... Do youself a favor and read this asap, its his best book to date, great stuff..

Tim said...

Pat,

I found out about your blog via George R.R. Martin's website and am truly glad I have. I have one question, regarding how to recommend books, which is something I would imagine you are receiving all the time. I would love to hear what you have to say about Janny Wurts, it seems seems like her work isn't hitting the mainstream like so many other authors out there. I personally think she is at least as good as George R.R. Martin. Check out her Series starting with "Curse of the Mistwraith" It only gets better from there in my opinion.

Marco said...

Fantastic blog, I wish it was updated more often. Encore, perhaps? :)