Ove’s Monthly Journal March 2010

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  1. The Quiet War by McAuley, Paul (The Quiet War & Gardens of the Sun Series)
  2. The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi
  3. Earth Strike by Ian Douglas (Star Carrier 1)
  4. This Paper World by Jeff Lane
  5. Shadow Prowler by Alexey Pehov (Chronicles of Siala 1) *1st review copy ever
  6. Oath of Fealty by Elizabeth Moon (Paladin’s Legacy 1)
  7. The Crucible of Empire by Eric Flint & K. D. Wentwoth (Empire 2)
  8. Coyote Destiny by Allen Steele (Coyote Chronicles 2)
  9. Trade of Queens by Charles Stross (Merchant Princes 6)
  10. Gardens of the Sun by Paul McAuley (The Quiet War 2)
  11. The Myriad by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 1)
  12. Wolf  Star by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 2)

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  1. Nanotechnology
  2. Enviromental disaster
  3. Singularity

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  1. The Crucible of Empire by Eric Flint & K. D. Wentworth
  2. Oath of Fealty by Elizabeth Moon
  3. Coyote Destiny by Allen Steele
  4. Gardens of the Sun by Paul McAuley
  5. Trade of Queens by Charles Stross
  6. Geosynchron by David Louis Edelman
  7. Xeelee an Omnibus by Stephen Baxter (Raft, Timelike Infinity, Flux, Ring)
  8. Shadow of the Scorpion by Neal Asher (an agent Cormac novel)
  9. A Thousand Words for Stranger by Julie E. Czerneda (The Trade Pact Universe #1)
  10. Ties of Power by Julie E. Czerneda (The Trade Pact Universe #2)
  11. To Trade the Stars by Julie E. Czerneda (The Trade Pact Universe #3)
  12. Dust by Elizabeth Bear
  13. Chill by Elizabeth Bear (sequel to Dust)
  14. The Myriad by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack #1)
  15. Wolf Star by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack #2)
  16. Servants of the Underworld by Aliette de Bodard (Obsidian & Blood 1)

opzioni binarie eztrader It’s been a good month, I haven’t finished quite all I would have liked to do but it is a good start.

seroquel generic date Next month will have quite a few more books, you can see what I ordered in New Science Fiction Books in April 2010. I also have some Elizabeth Bear, David Louis Edelman, Aliette de Bodard and more to look forward to.

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how to trade price action in binary options Don’t forget Walker of Worlds upcoming Sci-Fi Appreciation Month starts April 1. I have made a contribution and will let you know when it’s there.

I will also guest blog a few reviews for Temple Library Reviews starting April 6th with my review of Gardens of the Sun by Paul McAuley.