As you may have noticed, we haven't had Mihir around for a while; he's been a busy man working nonstop. Or so he tells me, I'm of a mind to believe he's partying like it's 1999. In any case, here are his posts last month in Fantasy Book Critic:
Second book in the Merkabah Rider series, a fantasy western. Looks like a good one, hope to give it a try next year.
Demon Squad short story taking place during the events of the 2nd book, Resurrection, serving as a good setup for At the Gates, which was recently released. I reviewed Betrayal here.
This is the first book in the Ex Trilogy, and it's been highly recommended to me by Mihir, so looks like another book which I'll have to check out soon.
Haven't had the time to read this review, so don't know anything about this one other than Mihir seems to think that it's an "excellent thriller".
Third book in The City Trilogy, another series Mihir has been kicking me for a while now to give a try. Looks like a good one and that it ended strong.
Great interview from the author of urban fantasy books Zero Sight and Zero Sum. Been hearing a lot of good things from these books, from what I can tell, favorite reads of Mihir this year.
Read this when it came out, enjoyed it quite a bit, but had a few reservations. The sequel, Spectyr, is really good though, so worth the look certainly. First in the Books of the Order series.
Here he is again, damn Tim Marquitz. This is the 3rd book in the Demon Squad series, which is among my top urban fantasy reads this year. Love me some Frank, I hope to review it soon.
Second book in the Mythos Academy young adult series. Been meaning to give this series a shot, but haven't found time.
Second novel in the Books of the Order series, and it's one I very much enjoyed. You can read my review here.
One of my more anticipated books, and seen plenty of praise for it around. Hope to read it later this month if not early next one. Mihir reviews it together with Robert Thompson.
Here's a great interview with an executive editor at Penguin, she's worked on quite a few of my favorites. Interview also has a guest appearance of Ilona Andrews.
Review: November 30, 2011 - Ex-Patriots by Peter Clines
Second book in the Ex Trilogy, sequel to Ex-Heroes. Looks like another good entry in the series, hope to give both a try sometime next year.