Book Reviews 2004 In Toto

I read 40 books in 2004, 39 of which were new, and 1 was a re-read (The Colour of Magic, by Pratchett).
The full list of what I read in 2004 follows. Bolded entries are highly recommended works.
(NF)-Non Fiction


The Isle of Battle, by Sean Russell
Ruled Britannia, by Harry Turtledove
Scatterbrain, by Larry Niven
The Hole in the Universe (NF), by KC Cole
All of an Instant, by Richard Garfinkle
Sword in the Storm, Book One of the Rigante, by David Gemmell
Mort, by Terry Pratchett
Conquistador, by SM Stirling
Cicero, The Life and Times of Rome’s Greatest Politician by Anthony Everitt(NF)

A Sorcerer’s Treason, by Sarah Zettel
The Locus Awards: Thirty Years of the Best in Science Fiction and Fantasy, edited by Charles Brown and Jonathan Strahan
Wheel of the Infinite, by Martha Wells
Wizardry and Wild Romance: A Study of Epic Fantasy, by Michael Moorcock(NF)
Chasm City, by Alistair Reynolds
The Collapsium by Wil McCarthy
Equal Rites by Terry Pratchett
Spherical Harmonic by Catherine Asaro
Kiln People, by David Brin
Kushiel’s Avatar, by Jacqueline Carey
Terry Pratchett: THE LIGHT FANTASTIC
Alexei Panshin: RITE OF PASSAGE
Marion Zimmer Bradley
Andre Norton
Mercedes Lackey: TIGER BURNING BRIGHT
A Princess of the Aerie, by John Barnes
1688: A Global History, by John Willis(NF)
Warchild, by Karin Lowachee
The Sandman Volume 1: Preludes and Nocturnes, by Neil Gaiman
Devlin’s Luck, by Patricia Bray

The House that Jack Built by Robert Asprin and Linda Evans
Doc Sidhe, by Aaron Allston
The Color of Magic, by Terry Pratchett (re-read)
Ripping Time, by Robert Asprin and Linda Evans
The False House, James Stoddard
Dreamer, Steven Harper
Chase the Morning, Michael Scott Rohan
Psychohistorical Crisis, Donald Kingsbury
Bloom Wil McCarthy
Shadow of the Lion Lackey, Freer, Flint
Bones of the Earth Michael Swanwick
Across Realtime Vernor Vinge
Assassin’s Apprentice Robin Hobb