Arm of the Sphinx & Senlin Ascends, by Josiah Bancroft

“Senlin Ascends”, by Josiah Bancroft, published in paperback January 16, 2018
“Arm of the Sphinx”, by Josiah Bancroft (Series: The Books of Babel (Book 2); Publisher: Orbit; March 13, 2018; paperback; 448 pages)

Some writers write so clearly, elegantly and expressively that reading their words is like drinking a glass of the best ever chilled white wine on a stiflingly hot day. It’s refreshing, pleasing and just moreish. Josiah Bancroft writes like this. His novel, Arm of the Sphinx, is of a very high calibre. While it is quite fantastical, the language makes everything appear to be quite plausible and reasonable and as clear as the aforementioned white wine.  (Read more about Arm of the Sphinx…)

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About M. Bijman

Avid reader, longtime writer of book reviews and literary analyses. Interested in literature, creativity and cognition, language and linguistics, musicology, and technology. Occasionally writes poems and bits of music.

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