Here's a sample of one of the great the reviews coming in for All Made of Hinges. I copied his review to here for my story, but you can find his extensive review of every story in the book here.
Marching On to Glory, by John M. Olsen. This one is exciting! It alsoBetween that and The Hundred Worlds anthology, I've had a great December. Now to buckle down and finish my draft of Crystal Empire. Yeah, if you haven't heard, volume 3 of the Riland Throne trilogy went through a name change.
manages to bringin the truth that military leaders frequently do not take into consideration the strengths and limitations of their troops when they make their plans for conquest. It's also a good example of that genre of literature which demonstratesthat a prophecy may be fulfilledin more ways than one. Join the troops of the gigantic airship, as they make their way to battle the mechanized monsters of the South, and on the way get a glimpse of what the Eternal City must be like. This one, as others, makes lovely referenceto the genius works of John Moses Browning, one of which is strappedto my right hip at the moment.