SF Site’s Best Books of 2009

I’m very gratified to see Destroyer of Worlds, Kingdom of the Serpent Book 3, sitting at number three in SF Site’s 13th annual Editors’ Choice Best Books of the Year.

It’s a prestigious list that gets a fair bit of attention. And frankly, the company is great: Daryl Gregory’s The Devil’s Alphabet at five, Julian Comstock: a Story of 22nd Century America by Robert Charles Wilson at four, The City and the City by China Mieville at two, and the hugely deserved Dust of Dreams by Steven Erikson in the top slot.

Here’s the SF Site review of the book and here’s a new review at the excellent NextRead site.

And as if by magic, the mass-market paperback of that book has just been published in the UK.

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  1. Great news and a great review to match. Oh and to kill Church early on wouldn’t only have been insane, it would have also been cruel, inhumane, plain nasty etc to your readers…and “if you don’t stay true to what your fighting for while fighting for it, then what’s the point?” – Church

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