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The Sons of Heaven by Kage Baker: a review

But the last half of the book is just wonderful, with Budu’s army of massive tenors and countertenors, Victor’s absolutely perfect revenge on his masters, Lewis’s escape from his fate, and all the threads converging on Catalina on The Day of Silence. There are obvious jokes, jokes that assume you read carefully, and jokes that assume you’re well-read. Gosh this is fun.

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Not Less Than Gods by Kage Baker: a short review

Sort of a steampunk version of Robert Heinlein’s story Gulf. It’s got pretty much the same story line and raises the same moral issues. Very bloody, by the way.

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Or Else My Lady Keeps the Key by Kage Baker: a short review

Silly little pirate tale. But told with Baker’s usual flair.

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