All The Birds In The Sky by Charlie Anders

All the Birds in the Sky has won the Nebula and Locus fantasy awards for best novel this year.  It has been described as a blend of the fantasy, science fiction, and magical realism genres. James Wallace Harris, in his great review for SF Signal, describes the novel: "I thought All the Birds in the... Continue Reading →

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Review: The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

Ivey's first novel, The Snow Child, was a 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Nominee.   This lovely story is set in 1920s Alaska and I was initially drawn to it because it had been categorised as magical realism which is one of my favourite genres. This is a well written story about life; its obstacles and... Continue Reading →

Review: Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami

I closed this book wondering what the hell had happened.  John Updike described it best in his New Yorker review: "Haruki Murakami’s new novel, “Kafka on the Shore”, is a real page-turner, as well as an insistently metaphysical mind-bender." It is definitely both a page-turner and a mind-bender! "Kafka on the Shore is powered by... Continue Reading →

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