Tag Archives: Sharon Shinn

Unusual Suspects – ed. Dana Stabenow

I’ve never liked short stories, as a class. (This might be why I’ve never tried writing them.) There are certainly exceptions; several writers are always exceptions to the rule, and other stories have come out of the blue and surprised … Continue reading

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More Twelve Houses

Sharon Shinn’s Twelve Houses just keeps getting better as I read. It appears that the five books will each take place from the point of view of a different character, presumably one of the six who traveled together through the … Continue reading

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Sharon Shinn, Charles de Lint

“I think it’s a standalone novel”, she said. As a wise animation often said, “What a maroon.” After reading fantasy for all these years, I honestly thought that Mystic and Rider wasn’t part of at least a trilogy? *shakes head* … Continue reading

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Fantasy: Mystic and Rider

I’m in the middle of Sharon Shinn’s Mystic and Rider … First off, it’s excellent. It meets all the criteria I usually maintain: characters that come remarkably close to being living, breathing people without the drawbacks therein (being, living, breathing … Continue reading

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