Yvgenie by C.J. Cherryh
1991, Del Rey
Full Review: Yvgenie manages to bring Cherryh’s The Russian Stories full circle to a kind of resolution – at least as much of a resolution as is possible with such a tangled skein of wishes and loyalties and loves. The setting is the same, and again the characters are stumbling about amid the forest and flying wishes, against unknown antagonists, but the author manages to bring in some additional characters with enough of a twist to make the story compelling one final time.
Shadowbridge by Gregory Frost
2008, Del Rey
Review Summary: Overall, a disappointing read – not entirely unexpected, but I had been hoping for a little more substance.
The Briar King by Greg Keyes
2003, Del Rey
Review Summary: The Briar King has a lot of interesting ideas in its favor, but the inconsistent presentation detracts from the story somewhat.
Rusalka by C.J. Cherryh
1989, Del Rey
Review Summary: Rusalka is a very worthwhile novel, with some themes shown later, differently, and perhaps even better in her later Fortress series, but I am definitely looking forward to t he next chapter of this series.