BURNING SKIES: another review

Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist (which reviews all manner of SF) renders its verdict on BURNING SKIES:

Hard to imagine that The Burning Skies could be even more action-packed than its predecessor . . . but somehow David J. Williams found a way to raise the bar even higher. This sequel is a veritable train wreck, and you never know what’s going to hit you next. I loved it!

What’s more:

David J. Williams sucks you into this one right from the start, and the rhythm is such that you’ll get through this novel before you know it. If The Mirrored Heavens suffered from any shortcoming, it likely was lack of depth. Not so in this sequel, however. The author demonstrates that the first volume offered us just a glimpse of the overall story arc. Revelations about the origins of Autumn Rain, the American hierarchy and structure, the Eurasian Coalition, and more, imbue this one with much more depth.

Alright!  We’re off to the races!

BURNING SKIES will be released on May 19th, and you can pre-order it on Amazon.

4 Responses to “BURNING SKIES: another review”

  1. John C Says:

    David: Can you tell us how many pages in Book 2?

  2. David Williams Says:

    398 (and MIRRORED HEAVENS was 401). Couldn’t have gotten them closer if I tried! (well, maybe I could have)

  3. Al Billings Says:

    Any word on a Kindle version?

    I noticed that Sean Williams’ new novel (which I pre-ordered as a Kindle book) just showed up on my device this morning.

  4. David Williams Says:

    hey Al– I’m still waiting to hear back from Bantam on this. My guess is they’ll do what they did last time–make it available on Kindle once it’s in the stores, but ideally it should be available in pre-order as well. Will keep you posted. .. –D