New Poll: What should I read next???


My review for Ian McDonald's Cyberabad Days (Canada, USA, Europe) should be posted before the weekend is out, and I'm almost done reading the anthology A Fantasy Medley (Canada, USA, Europe, and http://www.subterraneanpress.com/).

Next in the rotation will be Charlie Huston's The Mystic Arts of Erasing all Signs of Death (Canada, USA, Europe). And I'm giving you the chance to once again select which title I'll be tackling next. Here are the nominees:



- Lydia Millet's How the Dead Dream (Canada, USA, Europe)



- Stephen Deas' The Adamantine Palace (Canada, USA, Europe)



- L. E. Modesitt, jr.'s Imager (Canada, USA, Europe)



- Kay Kenyon's City Without End (Canada, USA, Europe)

13 commentaires:

Larry said...

Kenyon's third book maintains the flow from the second novel, if that'll help in the voting. I'm considering reviewing it myself in about a week or two.

Anonymous said...

Read the IMAGER

Ed S. said...

Kenyon and Modesitt have written a number of books and have had many reviews and so they're relatively known commodities. As for Lydia Millet's How the Dead Dream, well frankly it doesn't really sound all that interesting. Stephen Deas is new and so I think I'd find a review of his first book more interesting.

JayW said...

How the Dead Dream! Looks intriguing.

gav (nextread.co.uk) said...

IMAGER!

wend said...

Adamantine Palace please.

Adam Whitehead said...

Adamantine Palace. I was impressed by it, but it was the first epic fantasy I've read in ages which I felt would have benefitted from being longer, to flesh out the world and background a bit more. I'm interested to see how more of the blogosphere responds.

Horia Nicola Ursu said...

kenyon, definitely!

Todd said...

go for kenyon :p

Anonymous said...

Adamantine Palace, please!
What on earth happened to that cover? It doesn't look like this everywhere else..

Anyway, dragons, please!

Spin the Moon said...

Kay Kenyon's City Without End looks good!

Anonymous said...

If you haven't read any of Charlie Huston's Joe Pitt vampire-noir novels, you are missing out.

Anonymous said...

Hello,
was just wondering whether you're going to be reviewing "The Adamantine Palace" any time soon.

Keep up the good work!