Sci Fi and Fantasy

By | December 16, 2013

Books by George R.R. Martin

Windhaven

CNP couldn’t get into Windhaven, written by George R.R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle – though at 336 pages in hardback it is considerably shorter than Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice series.

A Game of Thrones

The graphic novel Volume 1 & 2 version of A Game of Thrones is, per CNP, no where near as good as the original text-only version.

Books by Jayne Castle

See the Castle Krentz Quick post for reviews of books by Jayne Ann Krentz under her married name (Jayne Ann Krentz), her given (maiden) name Jayne Castle, and and her pen name Amanda Quick.  Her Krentz novels are in the murder mystery / thriller / romance genres with a contemporary setting – often the wine country north of San Francisco.  Many of the lead characters in her contemporary novels have psychical abilities and in the remaining one or both of the leads are strong intuitives.   Her Jayne Castle novels are set in the future on another planet with emigrants from Earth with psychical abilities and her Amanda Quick novels are Regency romance / mystery / thrillers, usually with paranormal (psychical) elements.

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