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By Fire Above
by Robyn Bennis

By Fire Above picks up right where The Guns Above left off, with strong characters, an engaging story, gripping action, and a world that is both fantastic but also almost believable.

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The Guns Above
by Robyn Bennis

War is hell, and no less so than on the hurricane deck of the Mistral, an airship whose captain, Lieutenant Josette Dupre, must muster her crew and fight through impossible odds or perish under the guns of their enemies. Needless to say, this book defines rip-roaring adventure.

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Blood Engines
by Tim Pratt

Pratt goes to great length to tell us how much of a bad ass Mason is, yet we never see that reflected in the unfolding story. It's for that reason that I'm reluctant to go ahead with this series.

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Four and Twenty Blackbirds
by Cherie Priest

An enjoyable read that could have used something more to elevate it.

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Claus: Legend of the Fat Man

An alternative take on the Father of Christmas that ultimately comes across as droll and uninteresting.

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Smoke Eaters
by Sean Grigsby

A very cool premise that fails in the execution step. It's an enjoyable, albeit forgettable, read.

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Baptism of Fire
by Andrzej Sapkowski

The best book in the series so far, Baptism of Fire is marked by a series of notable events and characters who keep the pace moving and the reader's interest as Geralt (finally) takes center stage.

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Through Wolf's Eyes
by Jane Lindskold

Don't let the dated cover fool you. This is an excellent read with some truly intriguing characters.

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Honour of the Grave
by Robin Laws

Bizarre character behavior was so jarring I couldn't get through this one.