The Salt Roads, by Nalo Hopkinson

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Warner Books Published: 2003 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Kate Savage Have you read this book? The Salt Roads is a fabulist tale of three women and the spirit Ezili conjured up at the graveside of a stillborn child. The collective consciousness of Africans make up the …

Duke of Uranium, by John Barnes

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Warner Books Published: 2002 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Fraser Ronald Have you read this book? With the Duke of Uranium, John Barnes has singing-on nailed science fiction high-adventure. Toktru. Not only that, but he’s added some cool slang, masen? The Duke of Uranium isn’t very …

Burndive, by Karin Lowachee

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Warner Books Published: 2003 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Lisa DuMond Have you read this book? Most authors attempt a coming-of-age novel sometime in their career, but few are brave enough to risk an act-your-age book. Especially not with a protagonist like Ryan Azarcon, who you …

The Still, by David Feintuch

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Warner Books Published: 1998 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Dennis Kriesel Have you read this book? The Still has action, drama, emotion, and a sense of import to its happenings. Feintuch attempts to provide something unique while still appealing to fans of traditional heroic fantasy, with the …

Zulu Heart, by Steven Barnes

Genre: Alternate History Publisher: Warner Books Published: 2003 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Fraser Ronald Have you read this book? I was actually a little bit worried when I got my hands on Zulu Heart, the sequel to Steven Barnes’ fabulous Lion’s Blood. My review of that book tells you …

Dark Crusade, by Karl Edward Wagner

Genre: Dark Fantasy Publisher: Warner Books Published: 1976 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Jack Crane Have you read this book? The 1970’s were a Satanic time. Following on the heels of the “love” generation, the “me” generation turned to hedonism, drugs, disco, strutting and, beneath the celebratory veneer, a cynicism …

Gridlock, by Ben Elton

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Warner Books Published: 1993 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Paul S. Jenkins Have you read this book? Before you ask, let me say that Ben Elton’s Gridlock definitely comes under the heading of speculative fiction. Though in essence it is a politico-industrial satire set mostly in …