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Review: Sheepfarmer's Daughter by Elizabeth Moon

Series: Deed of Paksenarrion #1
Published by: Orbit
ISBN 13: 9781405530422
Published: 1988
Pages: 512
Format reviewed: ePub
Site: Author Site
Goodreads: Book Page
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COLD WELCOME by Elizabeth Moon

Reviewed over at Tor.com:

On the whole, Cold Welcome is something of a mixed bag. If you’re looking for a survival adventure with characters you already know, it ought to be satisfying.

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WorldCon 2016: Terraforming Terra

Disclaimer: I am not perfect and neither are my notes. If you notice anything that requires clarification or correction, please email me at melanie (dot) marttila (at) gmail (dot) com and I will fix things post-hasty. 444 more words

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Books for April

April is turning out to be a really good month for new releases.  Even better, we have two bank holiday weekends in the span of a fortnight – finally!   2,259 more words

New Releases

Remnant Population

Remnant Population, by Elizabeth Moon

Because science fiction reflects the time it was written as much or more than its predictions of the future, it’s interesting how the “whys” of moving out into space have changed over time in sci-fi universes. 575 more words

Heris Serrano by Elizabeth Moon

A few months ago a buddy dropped off a grocery bag full of Sci-Fi books that he had no further use for and I have been slowly working my way through them, initially just selecting the ones that I might consider reading at some point and then carefully placing them on a shelve to be forgotten for an indeterminate length of time. 575 more words


Book Review: Trading in Danger by Elizabeth Moon

Trading in Danger is the first book in the “Vatta’s War” series of books. Elizabeth Moon has done a great job of telling a compelling tale while building a world where trade and transport can be as dangerous as mercenary work. 419 more words