Weekly Journal 12-18 March 2012

Hello again,

Audio books are really neat while training, driving or hacking out code. But best book of the week though is of the dead tree kind. Germline was my debut of 2011 so book two of the Subterrene War was high on my list for 2012. Exogene has a different point of view character, Catherine one of the G (Genetics) soldiers. As the first it is gritty and personal, but oh so good reading. T. C. McCarthy has done it again, easily one of the best military science fictions of the year!

/Ove

Featured posts

My Top Military Science Fiction Series MkII has 34 series or universes of interesting military scifi.

Monthly Posts

Cybermage’s Monthly Journal 2012: January

Book recommendations: January | February | March | April

New SFF Books in April

My pick of books for March. Read more here. Click on the covers for larger pictures.

    
    

New SFF Books in March

My pick of books for March. Read more here. Click on the covers for larger pictures.

   
  

Books read

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  1. Burden of Proof  (JAG in Space 2) by Jack Campbell (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 2004) – uk uk audible
  2. Rule of Evidence (JAG in Space 3) by Jack Campbell (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 2005 by John G. Hemry) – us uk audible
  3. Against All Enemies (JAG in Space 4) by Jack Campbell (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 2006 by John G. Hemry) – us uk audible
  4. Exogen (Subterrene War book 2) by T. C. McCarthy (Orbit 2012) – uk us – review copy
  5. Conquest (Star Force 4) by B. V. Larson (Audible Frontiers 2012) – uk us audible

Books Received

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Bought by me

   

  1. Rule of Evidence (JAG in Space 3) by Jack Campbell (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 2005 by John G. Hemry) – us uk audible
  2. Against All Enemies (JAG in Space 4) by Jack Campbell (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 2006 by John G. Hemry) – us uk audible
  3. Conquest (Star Force 4) by B. V. Larson (Audible Frontiers 2012) – uk us audible
  4. A Rising Thunder (Honor Harrington 13) by David Weber (Baen)  – uk us