A DARKLING SEA

This Washington Post list has been really good to me. Two of the books on it, Girls at the Kingfisher Club and The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August, were some of my favorite SF/F reads of this year, and I’m halfway through a third, A Darkling Sea, that is turning out to be a really fascinating and thought-provoking look at the interaction between three species that are organized in wildly different ways.

I guess I should give serious thought to reading the other two books on the list (Half a King and The Angel of Losses) even though neither one looked particularly interesting to me.