Another nice Point review over at BiblioBuffet, which also nicely analyses the role of a reviewer and how personal taste and expertise intersect with responsible analysis. The reviewer is Australian writer Gillian Pollack, and the bibliographic description includes this: "She is the proud owner of some very pretty fans." But it doesn't mention which con she acquired them at...

She also writes: I absolutely don’t want to live in the world Blackthorne has created. I didn’t want to in Edge (the first book in the series) and I most certainly don’t want to now. I do, however, want to read about it. It’s relentless and gripping, with a brilliant balance between the personal and the political. She is clearly insightful and vastly intelligent, and her hobbies are her own affair.


Anonymous Theresa Derwin said...

Hi, I am Theresa Secretary of BSFG (Birmingham SF Group).Take a look at the BSFG Website & our previous newsletters. Our next Guest is the esteemed Mr John Meaney on 13th May at Briar Rose Hotel Birmingham. As you know, as well as SF Mr Meaney has written 2 Bone Song novels and thrillers as Thomas Blackthorne. He is also guest of honour for Novacon 41.

April 14, 2011 at 12:41 AM  
Anonymous Dave Worthington said...

I could give you a good review for 'Point' too, for what it's worth! Loved it - many thanks, and lovely to see you and Yvonne.

May 15, 2011 at 3:17 PM  

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