Tuesday 30 May 2000
§ San Francisco Chronicle May 28, 2000
Michael Berry reviews three fantasy novels for young adults, by Tamora Pierce, Tanith Lee, and Gerald Morris.
§ Washington Post May 21, 2000
§ Salon May 24, 2000
Pam Rosenthal reviews a new novel by Richard Powers, Plowing the Dark (Farrar, Straus & Giroux; June), about ''the bygone days of virtual reality and the promise of the unreal world that might have been''.
§ Times of London, May 21, 2000
Phil Baker reviews Michael Moorcock's newest London novel, King of the City (Scribner).
Thursday 18 May 2000
§ Salon May 18, 2000
A feature by Julia Gracen examines John Norman's Gor novels, ''where men are men and women are slaves''.
§ January Magazine, May 2000
Claude Lalumière reviews Warren Ellis and John Cassaday's Planetary: All Over the World and Other Stories (Wildstorm/DC Comics), a series of comics about a group of archeologists who uncover the hidden history of the 20th century. Also in January: David Middleton reviews Danielewski's House of Leaves.
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