• Review: She Wolf and Cub by Lilith Saintcrow

    Even though I have now finished She Wolf and Cub, I'm still not sure how I feel about it. It felt like a lot of the book was set in an already established universe. As a reader, I was not given a map to this universe and thus I felt lost quite fre...

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  • Review: Mo’ Meta Blues by Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson & Ben Greenman

    DNF@45%

    I'm not really into music - by that I mean I am not an audiophile. I enjoy music and I have a large number of musician friends - who introduced me to wonderful music and informed my rather eclectic taste. But I don't read books abou...

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  • Review: Rex Libris, Volume I: I, Librarian (Rex Libris #1-5) by James Turner

    When I learned there was a Librarian themed graphic novel, I had to try it. I know I'm not a fan of graphic novels but I felt confident I'd like this one.

    Well, I didn't like this one - but not because it's a graphic novel. I didn't like i...

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  • Review: The Collapsing Empire (The Interdependency #1) by John Scalzi

    WOW. John Scalzi is quickly becoming one of my favorite Sci-Fi writers.

    I enjoyed reading The Collapsing Empire so very much, I have no words. I devoured this book in huge chunks and I was distracted at work all day yesterday – I was s...

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  • Review: Earthrise (Her Instruments #1) by M.C.A. Hogarth

    I’m not really sure how I feel about Earthrise. I went through several stages of emotions while reading and...they just don’t add up.

    Earthrise is the first book in the Her Instruments series. I initially started reading because I was...

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The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett

The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett

“Another world is colliding with this one,” said the toad. “All the monsters are coming back.” “Why?” said Tiffany. “There’s no one to stop them.” There was silence for a moment. Then Tiffany said, “There’s me.” Armed only with a frying pan and her common sense, Tiffany Aching, a young… Read more »

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Review: If I Pay Thee Not in Gold by Piers Anthony and Mercedes Lackey

Review: If I Pay Thee Not in Gold by Piers Anthony and Mercedes Lackey

This book…is pretty bad. On all accounts. The humor is not really there. The world-building is close to non-existent and the attitudes toward women is…disgusting. Its hard to imagine that two best selling novelists managed to put out this dreck and not have mud all over their faces. Mazonia is… Read more »

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