I haven’t done a Cybils wrap-up in a while, so I’m doing two weeks this time.
The following books have been reviewed by members of the fantasy and science fiction committee in the two weeks between January 7 and January 21:
- Agent Boo by Alex De Campi and Edo Fuijkschot: reviewed by Sheila
- Magic Lessons by Justine Larbalestier: reviewed by Gail
- The Problem Child by Michael Buckley: reviewed by Michele
- The Shadow Thieves by Anne Ursu: reviewed by Kim
- Travels of Thelonious by Susan Schade and Jon Buller: reviewed by Sheila
- Wintersmith by Terry Pratchett: reviewed by Sheila
In addition, the Cybils F/SF nominating and judging committee members have made the following Cybils-related posts:
- Gail revisits Samurai
- Erin interviews Jon Buller, the co-author and illustrator of Travels of Thelonius
- Erin muses on books that don’t end, in relation to Cybils nominees AutumnQuest and Abadazad: The Road to Inconceivable.
- J.L. Bell examines the word “gunge,” used in Ptolemy’s Gate.
- J.L. Bell considers language and wardrobe in Silver City.
- J.L. Bell questions the grumpy adolescent protagonist in Abadazad: The Road to Inconceivable.