Sunday, November 26, 2006

Cybils F/SF weekly wrapup: 11/19/06 - 11/26/06

Here are the Cybils nominees reviewed this week by the fantasy and science fiction nominating committee:

  • The Beasts of Clawstone Castle by Eva Ibbotson: reviewed by Michele
  • Gideon the Cutpurse by Linda Buckley-Archer: reviewed by Michele
  • Gossamer by Lois Lowry: reviewed by Erin
  • Homefree by Nina Wright: reviewed by Kim | Gail
  • Larklight by Philip Reeve: reviewed by Michele
  • The Last Days by Scott Westerfeld: reviewed by Kim
  • The Lurkers by Charles Butler: reviewed by Gail | Kim
  • Peter Pan in Scarlet by Geraldine McCaughrean: reviewed by Gail
  • Silver City by Cliff McNish: reviewed by Sheila
  • Voices by Ursula K. Le Guin: reviewed by Gail

You can find more reviews by the Cybils fantasy and science fiction committee here and here.

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3 comments:

Chris Humphreys said...

Dear Sheila,

Just saw that I had been nominated for a Cybill. Would love to know more about it, and your site. When might it be reviewed?

Also, as I have just made my first tentative steps into blogging, can I link my blog to yours? I was trying to contact Book Moot but have had no luck.

I also have studied Aikido - not to your level, alas. A mere two years.

Chris Humphreys, Author of The Fetch.

Sheila said...

Congratulations on your nomination! I can't guarantee that you'll get a review, since we aren't necessarily reviewing every book we read for the Cybils (with 87 nominations to get through by the end of the year, there just isn't time) but there's a good chance that at least one of the committee members will review your book. I actually just recently finished reading it, and enjoyed it very much.

Welcome to the world of blogging. You're welcome to link to my site if you want.

Good luck to your book in the Cybils!

Michele said...

Chris, I can promise you a review if my copy of The Fetch ever wings its way across the "Pond", as it's one of the Cybils nominations I'm most keen to read...