All My Book Reviews

It seemed to me like I’ve done quite a few book reviews. I don’t mean the little ones on Goodreads or Amazon, but more full length reviews. I’m not a professional reviewer or anything, but I like to think that I do a good job.

Anyway, I decided to look back recently and, presuming that my math is correct (which is always suspect), I’ve apparently done 75 of them. That’s not even counting the five or so I’ve still got in the queue at various places.

Here’s a list (note: Some links may no longer be operational. Some sites moved things around and I haven’t looked back through this entire list to see if anything needed to be updated):

My review of Tollbooth by Bud Smith, published March 11, 2014 on [PANK]’s blog.

My review of Don’t Start Me Talkin’ by Tom Williams, published February 10, 2014 on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Diptychs + Triptychs + Lipsticks + Dipshits by Robert Vaughan, published January 24, 2014 on HTMLGIANT.

My review of The Hunger Angel by Herta Müller, published January 20, 2014 on The Lit Pub.

My review of Orphans by Ben Tanzer, published January 8, 2014 on Sundog Lit‘s blog.

My review of Nick Antosca’s The Hangman’s Ritual, published December 8, 2013, on Sundog Lit‘s blog.

My review of Hill William by Scott McClanahan, published December 4, 2013, at The Lit Pub.

My review of Spencer Dew’s Here is How it Happens, published in the Volume 34, Number 6 (September/October 2013) print issue of American Book Review (accessible online here).

My review of The Natural Dissolution of Fleeting-Improvised-Men by Gabriel Blackwell, published November 13, 2013, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of The Laughter of Strangers by Michael Seidlinger, published October 28, 2013, at The Coffin Factory.

My review of The Aversive Clause by B.C. Edwards, published October 22, 2013, on [PANK]’s blog.

My review of Thunderbird by Jon Konrath, published October 7, 2013, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Red Moon by Benjamin Percy, published July 29, 2013, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Parnucklian for Chocolate by B.H. James, published June 26, 2013, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Rontel by Sam Pink, published June 3, 2013, on Sundog Lit.

My review of Escaping Heaven by Cliff Hicks, published June 1, 2013, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Jen Michalski’s Could You Be With Her Now, published May 15, 2013, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Timothy Stobierski’s Chronicles of a Bee Whisperer, published April 26, 2013, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Ben Tanzer’s You Can Make Him Like You, published March 26, 2013, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Michael Stutz’s Circuits of the Wind, published March 18, 2013, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Tim Horvath’s Understories, published March 13, 2013, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of jimmy lagowski saves the world by Pat Pujolas, published February 28, 2013, on Pank’s blog.

My review of John L. Sheppard’s Alpha Mike Foxtrot, published February 22, 2013, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Michael J Seidlinger’s My Pet Serial Killer, published February 18, 2013, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Colson Whitehead’s Zone One, published February 3, 2013, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Milan Kundera’s The Farewell Party (or, The Farewell Waltz), published January 7, 2013, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Shani Boianjiu’s The People of Forever Are Not Afraid, published January 3, 2013, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Molly Ringwald’s novel in story form When It Happens To You, published in the Winter 2013 issue of Gently Read Literature.  (Note, GRL is now subscription only so if you want to read my review I suppose you should consider getting a subscription.)

My review of Jeff Gardiner’s A Glimpse of the Numinous, published December 18, 2012, Pank’s blog.

My review of Last Call in the City of Bridges by Salvatore Pane, published November 8, 2012, on Pank’s blog.

My review of I Am a Magical Teenage Princess by Luke Geddes, published October 11, 2012, on Pank’s blog.

My review of Paul Auster’s Winter Journal, published October 3, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Denis Johnson’s Resuscitation Of A Hanged Man, published September 27, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Elizabeth Crane’s We Only Know So Much, published September 3, 2012, on The Rumpus.

My review of Alta Ifland’s Death-in-a-Box and my review of Michael Seidlinger’s In Great Company, published August 30, 2012, in the Summer 2012 issue of Gently Read Literature.

My review of Good Intentions by Jeff Lacey, published August 30, 2012, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of AE Stueve’s The ABCs of Dinkology, published August 27, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Me, Who Dove into the Heart of the World by Sabina Berman, published August 7, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of The Free World by David Bezmozgis, published August 1, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My short review of Greg Hill’s East of Denver, published July 12, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of VII by Kyle Muntz, published July 11, 2012, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Three Ways of the Saw by Matt Mullins, published June 22, 2012, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of The Names of Things by John Colman Wood, published June 8, 2012, on The Lit Pub.

My review of Donald Antrim’s Elect Mr. Robinson for a Better World, published June 6, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim by Jonathan Coe, published May 31, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of The Land of Decoration by Grace McCleen, published May 22, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of The Sky Conducting by Michael Seidlinger, published May 9, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of A Hollow Cube is a Lonely Space by S.D. Foster, published May 8, 2012, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of Cataclysm Baby by Matt Bell, published March 25, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of God’s Autobio by Rolli, published April 12, 2012, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of Cataclysm Baby by Matt Bell, published March 25, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Shenanigans! by Joseph Michael Owens, published March 23, 2012, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of Threats by Amelia Gray, published March 16, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Hot Pink by Adam Levin, published March 13, 2012, on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of The Mimic’s Own Voice by Tom Williams, published March 6, 2012, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of Gathered Here Together by Garrett Socol, published February 3, 2012, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of Richard Duggin’s Why Won’t You Talk To Me, published in the February 2012 issue of Gently Read Literature.

My contribution to the “Books We Can’t Quit” feature on Pank’s blog, discussing Andrew Wellman’s S.F.W., published January 10, 2012.

My review of Smut by Alan Bennett, published January 6, 2012 on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Bearded Women by Teresa Milbrodt, published December 7, 2011, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of D. Harlan Wilson’s They Had Goat Heads published in the December 2011 issue of Gently Read Literature.

My review of A Shiny, Unused Heart by J.A. Tyler, published November 8, 2011, in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of C by Tom McCarthy, published October 26, 2011 on InDigest‘s blog.

My review of Boundaries by Elizabeth Nunez, published October 18, 2011 in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of The Gambler’s Nephew by Jack Matthews, published October 4, 2011 in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of Luminarium by Alex Shakar, published August 23, 2011 in The Rumpus.

My review of The Mutation of Fortune by Erica Adams, published August 23, 2011 in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of Brent Spencer’s Rattlesnake Daddy, published in the August 2011 issue of Gently Read Literature.

My review of Chris Boucher’s How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive, published July 19, 2011 in All Things Pankish (Pank’s blog).

My review of Sarah McKinstry-Brown’s Cradling Monsoons, published in the May 2011 issue of Gently Read Literature.

My review of Amelia Gray’s Museum of the Weird, published in the April 2011 issue of Gently Read Literature.

My review of Lidia Yuknavitch’s The Chronology of Water, published March 15, 2011 on The Rumpus.

My review of William Trowbridge’s Ship of Fool, published in the March 2011 issue of Gently Read Literature.

My review of Tim Black’s Connecticut Shade, published in the September 2010 issue of Gently Read Literature.

My review of Matthew Aaron Goodman’s Hold Love Strong, published in March 2010 issue of Gently Read Literature.

About David S. Atkinson

David S. Atkinson enjoys typing about himself in the third person, although he does not generally enjoy speaking in such a fashion. However, he is concerned about the Kierkegaard quote "Once you label me you negate me." He worries that if he attempts to define himself he will, in fact, nullify his existence...
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