A Daughter of No Nation by A. M. Dellamonica

My latest review is up over at Strange Horizons. This time I look at the Prix Aurora-nominated A Daughter of No Nation, the sophomore novel in a fascinating eco-fantasy series by A. M. Dellamonica. If you haven’t yet picked up the first book, Child of a Hidden Sea, it’s worth your attention.

Click over to the review here.

Thanks for reading.

Updraft by Fran Wilde

I have a new review published over at Strange Horizons covering Fran Wilde’s exciting and inventive  novel Updraft.  You should check it out, and pick up a copy of Wilde’s novel while you’re at it; the sequel arrives later this year.

This is a dual review, with Alix E. Harrow also covering the novel. Hers is a great read, too.

Check out the reviews by clicking here.

Thanks for reading.