City on Fire, by Walter Jon Williams

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Morrow William and Co Published: 1996 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by David Hart Have you read this book? This is the sequel to Metropolitan; indeed the action starts when Metropolitan left off, in either a far-future Earth or more likely an alternate one. Constantine has become …

The Rift, by Walter Jon Williams

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Morrow William and Co Published: 2000 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Lynn Nicole Louis Have you read this book? Big, sprawling, end-of-the-world (EotW) novels happen to be a sub-genre I enjoy. Stephen King’s The Stand is one of my all-time favorites, as are others such as …

The Gilded Chain, by Dave Duncan

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Morrow William and Co Published: 1999 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Fraser Ronald Have you read this book? Imagine that Sir Thomas More had not only lived as a master swordsman, but that he had never needed to choose sides in Henry VIII’s “Great Cause”. If you …

Neverwhere, by Neil Gaiman

Genre: Modern/Urban Fantasy Publisher: Morrow William and Co Published: 1997 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by William D. Gagliani Have you read this book? I decided to revisit this novel as a Classic Return when I saw the adulation Gaiman fans have for their hero. At April’s World Horror Convention, I …

Law of Survival, by Kristine Smith

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Morrow William and Co Published: 2001 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Aaron M. Renn Have you read this book? I enjoyed Smith’s first two books quite a bit. This one, the third in the continuing adventures of Jani Kilian, was satisfying as well, but pretty much …

Code of Conduct, by Kristine Smith

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Morrow William and Co Published: 1999 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Aaron M. Renn Have you read this book? This is a very solid outing for a first novel. In the first few pages I noticed a typical amateur writer’s penchant for flowery wording, but either …