Joseph D’Lacey wrote the most delightful review of Walking the Tree. He said it’s a great holiday read! Now that is my kind of holiday.
Jorfimus Prime, at the hard-to-classify but fascinating 13/31, posted an excellent review of Slights.
Mistification was reviewed in Latvian. The reviewer wonders ‘what the wonderful Warren will write next’!
Marie, at Leaves in the Lonnen, is impressed with Mistification.
Stephen, at Natural Yogurt, really took to Steve in Slights. I love it when people find her funny.
Mieneke, at A Fantastical Librarian, gives Mistification a fantastic review. She says it’s “A book like no other.”
Here’s a great review of Slights from Christina Escamilla at Visual Redundancy.
Tim Pratt at Locus talked about my short story collection ‘Dead Sea Fruit’ in a very positive review.
Colin Steele at the Canberra Times did the same.
David Agranoff at Postcards from a Dying World gives Slights a very insightful review.
Victoria Snelling at Boudica Marginalia reviews Slights.
Paul Goat Allen at the Barnes and Noble bookblog reviews Slights.
Barry at Gnostalgia reviews Walking the Tree.
Charles Tan, the Bibliophile Stalker, reviews Walking the Tree.
Alice Wybrew at Total Sci-Fi Online reviews Walking the Tree.
Cara Murphy at Temple Library Books reviews Walking the Tree.
Ros Jackson at Warpcore SF reviews Walking the Tree.
Liz G at Ticonderoga Publications reviews Slights.
Matthew Farrer, author of the Shira Calpurnia omnibus The Enforcer, has posted an incredibly layered review of my story “Hive of Glass”, which appears in Gillian Polack’s “Baggage” anthology (Eneit Press).
Gnostalgia is a very interesting review and commentary site, and Barry gives Slights 5 out of 5!
Poppet reviews Slights at her website Poppet’s Planet.
This is Kell Harker’s review of ‘Slights’.
Weirdmonger reviews ‘Slights’ in real time. This is quite amazing to read!
Colin at Tales from the Black Abyss reviews ‘Slights’.
Richard Larson has posted a thoughtful review of “Slights” at Strange Horizons.
Colin Harvey, Angry Robot Author, whose novel “Winter Song” is out now, reviews Slights at his Suite 101 site. Colin liked the way I tell part of the story in marginalia in library books. I talk about the books I deface at my live journal, starting at this page.
Jeff Ritchie, over at ScaryMinds, is very complimentary about “Slights”. I like that he’s picked up on a couple of small details in the book; I love it when that stuff works!
Danielle at Opinionated? Me? has posted a review and an interview.
Jeff Ritchie over at Scary Minds has posted a review of my short story collection, The Grinding House. He found a copy at his local bookshop when he went in to buy Slights! I thought they were all gone! The Glass Woman, the North American edition is available at Amazon.
Harry Markov at Temple Library Reviews has written an incredible review of Slights. Really gives me chills to think that my book is affecting people in this way.
Blue Tyson, famous for his short reviews, has taken a look at all four Angry Robot titles and gives us an average of 3.5 out of 5. Lauren Beukes lifts the average with 4 out of 5 for ‘Moxyland”, but I’m afraid I let the team down with a 3. Chris Roberson, author of ‘Book of Secrets‘ and Tim Waggoner, author of ‘Nekropolis’, both score a 3.5.
Joanne at The Book Zombie reviews “Slights” and she finds the idea that we all create our own Hell intriguing. This is another thoughtful and intense review.
Charles Tan at Bibliophile Stalker talks about “Slights”.
Alasdair Stuart reviews all four of Angry Robot’s launch titles.
Falcata Times has posted an interview with me and a review of “Slights”.
The Book Smugglers have reviewed ‘Slights’. It’s a heartfelt review which makes me relieved to know that my character, Stevie, can affect readers in this way.
“The excerpt, short of a better word, brilliant. I know that writing a review on a ten page excerpt isn’t the norm, but based on that short amount, I must buy this book. The writing is very well crafted, and the story is intriguing. The creepy factor is there, but much more strongly are a cast of characters that make you curious to know more about them, and a plot that begins on such a down note that you wonder just where this story will take you. The dialogue is sharp, and the writing is minimalistic in just the right way. Do yourself a favor and check out the excerpt. It is more than worth it.”
James Whittington, at Zone Horror, has posted the first review of “Slights”. It starts like this:
“Dark and sinister with a huge sense of raw dread running through its page count…” and gets better from there! It’s an interesting site worth visiting, but read my review before you click on anything else!
Terry Weyna at SFSignal Reviews Poe
David Carroll at Tabula Rasa reviews Shadowmuse.
Jim Stratton at The Fix reviews 2012, Twelfth Planet Press.
Mario Guslandi at SFSite reviews Paper Cities, Senses Five Press.
Andy Macrae at Overland reviews Australian Speculative Fiction titles.
Lisa Hannet reviews Paper Cities.
I’ve got a bunch of reviews at the AsIf site.