Rating: 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 …
Rating: 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.
Rating: 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.
Rating: 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.