Monday, October 26, 2015

September reviews

Having failed to summarize the reviews for August until mid-September, I've managed to do the same for my September reviews.  My read of the month for September was William Gibson's The Peripheral, which took a bit of work to read myself into, but was worth the effort.

Natural Causes by James Oswald ****
Rome ’44: The Battle for the Eternal City by Raleigh Trevelyan ***.5
The Peripheral by William Gibson *****
Black Bear by Aly Monroe ***.5
Mangrove Squeeze by Laurence Shames ****
Unholy Ground by John Brady ****.5
The Exterminators by Bill Fitzhugh ****

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