Monday, April 23, 2007

Alexandra Pierce at Asif! has posted a review of Ticon 10.

Medieval history, particularly its tortures and punishments and when suitably filtered and enhanced by modern eyes, is a ripe source for fantastic stories. Just so in “The Iron Shirt”, by Susan Wardle. Written in the first person and the present tense, it elaborates the trial of Dan Langdon, to figure out whether he committed murder or not. It is well written, with emotion quite nicely portrayed.

It doesn't rave - but a nice review all the same. I'll take it.


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