Tuesday, July 17, 2012

SFRevu review Rasputin's Bastards

SFRevu wrote a review for Rasputin's Bastards, saying:
"Rasputin’s Bastards works on multiple levels. It is an entertaining thriller, a fun secret history/conspiracy theory, and a thoughtful exploration of the importance of one's own past, the nature and extent of personal responsibility, and the allures and dangers of the human capacity to live in our own illusions."

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SFRevu reviews A Tree of Bones

SFRevu added a review of A Tree of Bones, saying: "Tree of Bones has...plenty of spectacle and action to keep the plot moving. I highly recommend the series as a whole, it provides a refreshingly different variety of fantasy.

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Barnes & Noble reviews Ninja Versus Pirate Featuring Zombies

Barnes & Noble has reviewed Ninja Versus Pirate Featuring Zombies, saying: "Readers who like their literary escapism on the psychotropic side should definitely seek out and read this stroboscopic debut. Bomb disposal suit not included – but highly recommended."

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Publisher's Weekly reviews Bullettime

Publisher's Weekly reviewed Bullettime, saying: "[R]eaders willing to venture off the beaten path will be intrigued by Dave's sometimes pathetic and sometimes oddly endearing life stories."

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Speculating Canada reviews Objects of Worship

Speculating Canada has wrote a review of Objects of Worship, saying: "Objects of Worship is a short story where the reader is cast into a gloomy world of shadowy (im)morality where he or she simultaneously sympathizes with characters while being repulsed by them. It leaves the reader with a feeling of delicious depression and the pondering of the world that comes with it."
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AE SciFi Reviews The Pattern Scars

AE SciFi has written a review of The Pattern Scars, saying: "The Pattern Scars is a courageous piece of storytelling that does not flinch from the fact that Nola can never leave her experience behind, and that although she manages to reclaim part of herself, it is never possible for her to be truly whole again."

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Saturday, July 14, 2012

CZP at Readercon

Here's the rest of CZP's schedule for Readercon 2012:

ChiZine authors read Saturday 11:00 a.m. in NH/MA. Authors include Nick Mamatas, Paul Tremblay, Nick Kaufmann, Gemma Files, Mike Marano and Yves Meynard

Nick Mamatas is a panelist in "If it Doesn't Sell, What's the Point?" Saturday at 3:00 p.m. in Salon G

Gemma Files:
  • Saturday Noon in RI, Gemma Files is a panelist in "The Works of Caitlin R. Kiernan"
  • Saturday 3:00 p.m. Kaffeeklatsch with Gemma Files and Shawna McCarthy
  • Saturday 7:30 p.m.reading in NH/MA
  • Autographs Sunday at 1:00 p.m. in Salon E

Nicholas Kaufmann reads at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in NH/MA

Not only are our authors taking part in these events (and some on Thursday and Friday,) but we're also in the Bookshop. Come say hello!