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June Review Round-Up

Here are the reviews posted during June. Please note, this is not a comprehensive list of books I read in June, but rather the books I had the time to review before month's end.

1) Paul Cornell: The Copenhagen Interpretation: It's a Gamble
2) Mira Grant: Blackout: Good Read
3) Rachel Swirsky: Fields of Gold: Worth Reading, with Reservations
4) Leigh Bardugo: The Witch of Duva: A Ravkan Folk Tale: Good Read
5) Brad R. Torgersen: Ray of Light: Worth Reading, with Reservations
6) Geoff Ryman: What We Found: Excellent
7) John Scalzi: Redshirts: Couldn't Put It Down
8) Mira Grant: Countdown: A Newsflesh Novella: Worth Reading, with Reservations
9) Mary Robinette Kowal: Kiss Me Twice: Worth Reading, with Reservations
10) Paolo Bacigalupi: The Drowned Cities: Couldn't Put It Down
11) Kij Johnson: The Man Who Bridged the Mist: Good Read
12) Kameron Hurley: God's War: Worth Reading, with Reservations
13) Carolyn Ives Gilman: The Ice Owl: Good Read

As always, comments and discussion are most welcome. :)
Tags: review list: monthly

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