Update: Upcoming Book Reviews For September


I have been sitting on a number of reviews, which for one reason or another, I have not had the time to post this month. But don’t fret, with a new month almost upon us, here are some of the titles you can expect to see reviewed during September.


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  • Children’s classic, The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis in which the Pevensie siblings enter the magical land of Narnia for the first time.
  • Richard K. Morgan’s cult cyberpunk début novel, Altered Carbon; a noir murder mystery in a future where death has been made obsolete with the advent of technology that can transfer human consciousness into brand new bodies.
  • The genre bending Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff that seamlessly blends dystopia and steampunk with a Japanese aesthetic.
  • Maurice Broaddus’ unique urban fantasy re-telling of the Arthurian Legend, set in a contemporary inner city African-American neighbourhood, King Maker. A novel which can best be described as King Arthur meets The Wire.
  • The Minority Report, a short story from the late great Philip K. Dick.
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  • Also there’s Full Moon Rising by Australian author Keri Arthur; the first outing for the half-werewolf, half-vampire, urban fantasy heroine, Riley Jensen.
  • Trudi Canavan returns to the land of Kyralia with The Ambassador’s Mission, the first book of The Traitor Spy trilogy.
  • Another short-story from Philip K. Dick, this time, We Can Remember It For You Wholesale.
  • More shenanigans with Rachel Morgan in book two of the amazing Hollows series, The Good, The Bad, And The Undead, by Kim Harrison.
  • Also, my favourite instalment of The Chronicles Of Narnia, The Horse And His Boy.

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