What the staff is reading this week:
Alan: "About half-way through THE HYDROGEN SONATA, Iain M. Banks' new Culture novel. And LOVING it! I think he's really stepped up his game in the last three books."
Cary: "MR. PENUMBRA'S 24-HOUR BOOKSTORE by Robin Sloan."
Claud: "ANNO DRACULA and THE BLOODY RED BARON, by Kim Newman (new editions); CATWINGS, by Ursula K. Le Guin; DEATH IN THE STOCKS, by Georgette Heyer (reread); and BY BLOOD, by Ellen Ullman."
Heather: "Finished MISTS OF AVALON Monday, finished FUZZY NATION by John Scalzi
Thursday. Waiting patiently until Monday when I get get a new book."
Jude: "I am racing through LEE MILLER'S WAR by Anthony Penrose following a visit to San Francisco's Legion of Honor to see the Man Ray & Lee Miller exhibition. Absolutely fascinating."
Naamen: "Just plowed through the entirety of the Prospero's Daughter trilogy by L. Jagi Lamplighter and absolutely loved it. A perfect blend of Shakespeare and Urban Fantasy. Still trying to figure out why none of my friends recommended these to me and getting ready to re-read the whole thing.
Also just started THE DROWNING CITY by Amanda Downum. Spies, magic and fomenting revolution. Who could ask for anything more?"