Sunday, December 25, 2011

The Uncertain Places is (clearly) one of the best books of 2011


Happy holidays! As 2011 winds down, the best of the year lists begin and your early 2012 reading is settled. Michael Berry at the San Francisco Chronicle has selected Lisa Goldstein's The Uncertain Places as a standout in the science fiction and fantasy genres: "Goldstein weaves a tale of magic that stretches from Berkeley in the '70s to the vineyards of Napa Valley to the outer limits of Faerie."

Hope you are accruing lots of great books to read and that your [insert your traditional holiday fare here; mine is Chinese food] is tasty...

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