What the staff is reading this week:
Alan: "Just finished BLACKBIRDS by Chuck Wendig. Very dark story with a compelling, if not likable, narrator."
Cary: "SOME KIND OF FAIRY TALE by Graham Joyce".
Claud: "GEORGETTE HEYER'S REGENCY WORLD, by Jennifer Kloester; DEAR DAWN: AILEEN WUORNOS IN HER OWN WORDS, by Aileen Wuornos; and THE REVISIONISTS, by Thomas Mullen -- an *excellent* time-police-in-War-on-Terror-Washington-DC novel."
Jude: "I just finished THE PRIZE WINNER OF DEFIANCE, OHIO by Terry Ryan, which was totally heartwarming."
Naamen:"Just finished an advanced copy of Cassie Alexander's next Edie Spence novel MOONSHIFTED and it was just as good if not better than the recently released first in the series, NIGHTSHIFTED. I take off my hat to any urban fantasy novel that can work what's basically a cyborg in believably with our current level of tech. MOONSHIFTED is out in December. Just started an advanced copy of ASHES OF HONOR, the sixth Toby Daye novel by Seanan McGuire. This is one of my favorite ongoing Urban Fantasy series so I can't wait to really get into it."