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First Review of The Ghost Brigades

Sending out those ARCs of The Ghost Brigades is paying off: The first review of the book is up at SFReviews.net. A choice pull quote, complete with an ellipsis to make you wonder what I’m skipping over: Like Old Man’s War, The Ghost Brigades is thinking fans’ space opera. And for all that Scalzi gives […]

Sending out those ARCs of The Ghost Brigades is paying off: The first review of the book is up at SFReviews.net. A choice pull quote, complete with an ellipsis to make you wonder what I’m skipping over:

Like Old Man’s War, The Ghost Brigades is thinking fans’ space opera. And for all that Scalzi gives you to chew on intellectually, he doesn’t skimp on the blow-shit-up factor. The book opens with a fantastic action scene that ends with a brilliant narrative bait-and-switch I didn’t see coming, and climaxes with an even better one… The Ghost Brigades maintains Scalzi’s standing as one of SF’s most rewarding purveyors of thrilling, gut-wrenching, and thoughtful space opera.

Neat. The full review is here

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

15 replies on “First Review of The Ghost Brigades”

I read Old Man’s War a couple of month’s ago, and for sure I’ll get The Ghost Brigades as soon as it’s out.

For the last year or so I’ve been reading books on my Palm PDA. I have no idea if this kind of e-book publishing is a growing market or just an interesting little sideshow. Nor do I know if it’s a good deal for an author. Is there any chance of The Ghost Brigades showing up on, say, ereader.com?

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