For some of us, at least. Fortunately, some hardy souls have managed to defy the elements and send in some new reviews, so let’s take a look.
First, Death’s Apprentice from K. W. Jeter and Gareth Jefferson Jones, featuring, among other things, a killer for hire to works for the Devil.
Next up, from steampunk . . . → Read More: Literary Matters: It’s Been a Nasty Winter
Something to remember before diving into steampunk legend James P. Blaylock’s seminal genre piece Homunculus, is that Blaylock’s work is not cute. At first glance, of course, it looks cute, what with all the bumbling and the over-the-top Britishness of it all and the never-ending stream of elements that are simply fun.
But even at . . . → Read More: James P. Blaylock: Homunculus