[DWJ] Best of 2017??

Tina liril at gmx.net
Fri Jan 13 07:01:32 EST 2017


Oh, exiting! Thank you.

Your post reminded me that I haven't read all the Raksura books by 
Martha Wells yet. :-)

And there are Bujold books I don't know about? Must check immediately... 
(Told you I was a bit out of the loop).

But the whole list looks interesting!


Am 13.01.17 um 12:19 schrieb Jennifer Rowland:
> Hello all! (brief return from lurking as I happened to see this at a time when I had a free minute)
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> Some of the best SFF things I read in 2016:
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> Lois Bujold's Penric novellas
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> T. Kingfisher (Ursula Vernon's pseudonym): The Seventh Bride and The Raven And The Reindeer
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> Andrea K Host's Pyramids of London, and the followup book of three short stories set in the same universe... I think it's called The Tower, The Moon (and I've just reread her Touchstone series because the fifth book just came out)
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> The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman
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> All the Raksura books by Martha Wells, and a reread of the Gate of Gods series
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> Traveller and Wish-Queen by Laura Wise
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> Zen Cho's collection Spirits Abroad
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> The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe by Kij Johnson
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> A reread of a lot of the Oz books
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> The Gods of New Asgard series by Tessa Gratton
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> Foz Meadow's An Accident of Stars
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> MCA Hogarth's Dreamhealers series
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> Le Guin's Always Coming Home got reissued!! SO good.
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> Kathleen Cheney's Golden City series
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> Cat Valente's Fairyland series
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> Binti, by Nnedi Okarafor
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> Sarah Tolmie's The Stone Boatmen
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> Max Gladstone's Three Parts Dead
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> Heather Rose Jones's Daughter of Mystery
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> Howl's Moving Castle
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> (and, ahem, lots of Mercedes Lackey, which is my stress comfort-read.)
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> ... gosh, I read a lot of good things last year. (I want to get round to The Night Circus and Greenglass House in January.)
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> Goodread's Hugo Eligible lists might be useful to look at, because they have reviews from real people?
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> https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/99201.Hugo_2017_Eligible_Works#24971454
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> Jennifer
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