Crowing Archive

This is from two years back, and it is a website I haunt, so I am a wee surprised I did not see it. High praise indeed from Free Northerner (http://freenortherner.com/2014/11/23/the-bookshelf-john-c-wright/). Let me quote the opening paragraph of each review. Go to Free Northerner to read the whole thing:

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Reviewer Praise for SOMEWHITHER

Posted December 22, 2015 By John C Wright

A rather flattering review from Marina Fontaine of Liberty Island: https://www.libertyislandmag.com/creator/mafontaine/blog.html?i=21 Book Review: Somewhither by John C Wright Occasionally while reading a book, there comes a point where I pause, smile and tell myself, “This one will be special.” Sometimes it’s a particularly riveting action scene, or it’s a clever turn of phrase, or a […]

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I am Famous Now!

Posted December 7, 2015 By John C Wright

Mark Levin “The Great One” just read one of my columns on the air, thanks to Instapundit. Of course, he got my name wrong (John C. Cartwright) and he caught a spelling error I had made (‘come’ should be ‘some’). Ah, well. The price of fame. If you want to find a podcast of it, […]

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A Kind Letter and a Progress Report

Posted November 24, 2015 By John C Wright

This is the second nicest letter a patron has every sent me. The first was too personal and too deeply moving to share, but the reader here (my boss, same as you) gave me permission to share this pat on the back. Mr. Wright, I have written you before in praise of your work, and […]

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Andy Robertson reviews ‘Awake in the Night Land’

Posted October 8, 2015 By John C Wright

AWAKE IN THE NIGHT LAND by John C Wright: a review  About thirteen years ago, I started a little website. ***** My wife was only a few years dead then, and she still visited me from time to time.  I would wake up in a bed full of her warmth and musk, and feel her […]

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Narcissus reviews ‘Awake in the Night Land’

Posted October 8, 2015 By John C Wright

http://camwyn.dreamwidth.org/1104473.html Naturally, as a gentleman, I can only express gratitude that my stories are being read at all, anywhere, by anyone, and it would ill behoove me to take that for granted. I hope I am allowed to raise a mild if polite objection that one should read any story for the sake of the story […]

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Lauds for SOMEWHITHER

Posted August 14, 2015 By John C Wright

Reviewer praise for SOMEWHITHER: Perhaps my only criticism of this book is that these two characters are reminiscent of each other with the bravado and inventive cursing. At first another aspect of this book was putting me off regarding an extended sequence involving escape. Later I realized how necessary this sequence of this book was […]

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Origin of IRON CHAMBER OF MEMORY

Posted July 31, 2015 By John C Wright

This month I have not had a day-job, and so for the first time have had enough free time to work like a full time writer. This is the novel I have been waiting eleven and a half years to write. I wrote the manuscript in five weeks, and spent a week polishing and revising. […]

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Reviewer Praise for TRANSHUMAN AND SUBHUMAN

Posted July 30, 2015 By John C Wright

A rather nice review: http://carlos-carrasco.livejournal.com/1348.html If you have never understood the attraction that science fiction has for so many of us, Mr. Wright’s essays might just explain it to you. If you are already a fan, you will love his analysis of the genre, its voices and various visions for various tomorrows. While it was […]

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More Reviewer Praise for SOMEWHITHER

Posted July 14, 2015 By John C Wright

From the pen of Russel Newquist http://russellnewquist.com/2015/07/somewhither-book-review/ I don’t recall the exact scene described here from the book – although it’s very possible that he was, in fact, describing several scenes in the book mashed into one description. But the short version of my review is this: the book is exactly as awesome as that […]

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