2010 Clive Staples Award Nominees – My Reviews

I can’t claim to have read all or even most of the novels nominated for this year’s Clive Staples Award for Christian Speculative Fiction, but here’s a list of those I have reviewed as part of the monthly CSFF Blog Tour. The reviews come in three parts, with a summary of the book in Part 1, my review in Part 2, and highlights of other Blog Tour postings in Part 3.

Links to other folks’ reviews of these books are embedded in mine, so if you’re looking for more detail about any of the nominees, this ought to be helpful.

I won’t presume to offer a review of my own book, The Muse, which is also in the running, but here’s a link to reviews from other folks on Amazon.com.

The opinions expressed in my reviews are, of course, my own. I liked all these stories, some more than others. Your mileage may differ.

Blaggard’s Moon, by George Bryan Polivka, Part 1

Blaggard’s Moon, by George Bryan Polivka, Part 2

Blaggard’s Moon, by George Bryan Polivka, Part 3

By Darkness Hid, by Jill Williamson, Part 1

By Darkness Hid, by Jill Williamson, Part 2

By Darkness Hid, by Jill Williamson, Part 3

Curse of the Spider King, by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper, Part 1

Curse of the Spider King, by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper, Part 2

Curse of the Spider King, by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper, Part 3

The Enclave, by Karen Hancock, Part 1

The Enclave, by Karen Hancock, Part 2

The Enclave, by Karen Hancock, Part 3

Faery Rebels–Spellhunter, by R.J. Anderson, Part 1

Faery Rebels–Spellhunter, by R.J. Anderson, Part 2

Faery Rebels–Spellhunter, by R.J. Anderson, Part 3

Lost Mission, by Athol Dickson, Part 1

Lost Mission, by Athol Dickson, Part 2

Lost Mission, by Athol Dickson, Part 3

Offworld, by Robin Parrish, Part 1

Offworld, by Robin Parrish, Part 2

Offworld, by Robin Parrish, Part 3

The Vanishing Sculptor, by Donita K. Paul, Part 1

The Vanishing Sculptor, by Donita K. Paul, Part 2

The Vanishing Sculptor, by Donita K. Paul, Part 3

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