So the reason that this review round up took so long to get up is entirely on me, because I found it hard to read a book of horror stories in the midst of my semester, with the weight of all my assessment and future bearing down upon me.
And wow was this book awesomely scary! If you’ve reviewed Showtime, as a whole or in part, please let us know so we can link to your review!
So now, without further delay, here is the review round up for Kaaron Warren’s Through Splintered Walls.
Stories from Through Splintered Walls include:
- Introduction by Gemma Files
Well, it turns out that the second half of this year really got away from both Steph and I. My university semester was so full on that I really didn’t have the fortitude to take on horror reading at all, so it took me until very recently to finish reading and then review ‘Through Splintered Walls’ by Kaaron Warren. In any case, we’re about to start posting our reviews again, hopefully monthly but we’ll be taking it gently.
Now would be a great time to start linking us to any reviews of ‘Through Splintered Walls’ you’d like us to include in our round up – doesn’t matter if you read it a month a go or two years ago. Also, even if you only reviewed one or a couple of the stories, we’re still interested. Link us! The more the merrier 🙂
Also if you have since reviewed any of the previous books we’ve already covered in the Twelve Planets series, please feel free to continue linking us to those reviews too!
Thanks for hanging in there with us during our long hiatus, hopefully you’ll enjoy our upcoming reviews. Stay tuned and in a week or so I’ll post the round up 🙂
You may have wondered why things have been so quiet here of late. Truth is both Steph and I have had an intense couple of months and so our plans for July and August months have been delayed.
We’re going to take the rest of August at this stage and then continue on with the project for September with our next planet ‘Through Splintered Walls’ by Kaaron Warren. We’d love it if you’d join in with us then 🙂
Thank you for all your support so far! Happy reading 🙂
A reminder that the end of June is approaching, and so is our wrap-up post of our Planet of the month, Through Splintered Walls by Kaaron Warren.
There’s still plenty of time to read and review the collection, or any of the individual stories, should you wish to join in on the journey this month.
You’re also welcome to add reviews to any of the Twelve Planets we’ve read and reviewed so far (either the whole of the collections or individual stories within). Just hop on over to the relevant wrap-up post and leave a comment with the link to your review, and it will be added.
A thank you also to everyone who’s been reading along with us, and who have been reading the reviews.
So Steph and I are 5 months into this challenge and we’re both enjoying it immensely! This month’s Planet was Showtime by Narrelle M. Harris.
Undertaking this challenge has allowed us to both catch up on reading that we’ve been meaning to get to, and for me at least, the chance to read Australian female authors and genres new to me.
This challenge also segues nicely into the Australian Women Writers Challenge if you’re looking for reading options to round out your challenge list.
If you’ve reviewed Showtime, as a whole or in part, please let us know so we can link to your review!
Stories from Showtime include:
- Introduction by Seanan McGuire
- The Truth About Brains
It’s almost the end of May, which means that the time to post reviews of Narrelle M. Harris’s Showtime is approaching.
There’s still time to read and review the collection (or any of the stories within) if you want to join in.
A reminder also that you’re always welcome to add reviews to any of the previous Planets as we go along – just comment on the review roundup post and we’ll add you to the list of links!
With April coming to an end, it’s time for a review roundup of this month’s Planet, Bad Power by Deborah Biancotti.
If you’ve reviewed Bad Power, as a whole or in part, please let us know so we can link to your review!
Stories from Bad Power include:
- Shades of Grey
- Palming the Lady
- Web of Lies
- Bad Power
- Cross the Bridge
It’s time to round up the third month of the Journey Through the Twelve Planets, with March’s Planet, Lucy Sussex’s Thief of Lives.
If you’ve reviewed Thief of Lives, either as a whole or looking only at one or two stories, and as part of the challenge or in the past, please comment on this post with a link to your review, and we shall add it to this post.
Stories from Thief of Lives include:
Fountain of Justice
The Story of O
Thief of Lives
It’s almost the end of March, which means that we’ll soon be posting our reviews of Thief of Lives by Lucy Sussex. You still have time to grab a copy of this excellent collection and join us in reviewing it. Or, if you’ve already read and reviewed the collection and want us to link to your existing review, let us know in the comments and we’ll add you to the list.
Also a note that if you’ve reviewed any of the books at any time, you’re welcome to share your reviews with us as we do the roundups. If you come to a book late, we’re also happy to add your review at any later point too. The more reviews, the merrier!
This is the second book as part of our Journey Through the Twelve Planets and we can’t wait to share it with you!
It’s time to round up the second month of the Journey Through the Twelve Planets, with February’s Planet, Tansy Rayner Roberts’ Love and Romanpunk.
If you’ve reviewed Love and Romanpunk, either as a whole or looking only at one or two stories, and as part of the challenge or in the past, please comment on this post with a link to your review, and we shall add it to this post.
Stories from Love and Romanpunk include:
Julia Agrippina’s Secret Family Bestiary