Feb 192012
 

Princess of Wands was the most fun book read this week. John Ringo has a flair for uncomplicated action. This time it is a homemaker turned christian demon hunter. I am looking forward to the sequel Queen of Wands scheduled for this summer. Out of this years releases I would pick Guardian of Night as the best. It is a decent debut and I will pick up any sequels though it didn’t blow any socks off.

Fringe continues to entertain on the small screen. As a ‘shipper’ it is good to see Peter and Olivia making progress again. I think Walter is starting to suspect Peter is in the right place universe wise. And again an ending that makes you think about and anticipate next week’s episode more.

/Ove

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Monthly Posts

Cybermage’s Monthly Journal 2012: January

Book recommendations: January | February | March

New SFF Books in March

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

   
  

New SFF Books in February

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

     
  

Books read

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  1. The Star Country by Michael Cassutt (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 1986) – uk us audible
  2. Princess of Wands (Special Circumstances 1) by John Ringo (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 2006) – uk us audible
  3. Guardian of Night by Tony Daniel (Baen 2012) – uk us
  4. Article 5 (Ember 1) by Kristen Simmons (Tor 2012) – uk us

Books Received

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Bought by me

   

  1. The Star Country by Michael Cassutt (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 1986)  – uk us audible
  2. Princess of Wands (Special Circumstances 1) by John Ringo (Audible Frontiers 2012, 1st 2006) – uk us audible
  3. Article 5 (Ember 1) by Kristen Simmons (Tor 2012) – uk us
  4. Guardian of Night by Tony Daniel (Baen 2012) – uk us