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Peter "Pete the Street" Brown is an ever more popular and famous contemporary impressionist painter, who made his name workin...
December 2013
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I was never part of a sorority. My college had one, with four members. This book is supposedly shines the light on sororiti...
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Disclaimer: Read via Netgalley for a fair review. “And sometimes good sits right there in our hands, waitin...
November 2013
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This sequel to The Obsidian Mirror doesn't work quite as well as it's predecessor. There's more shenanigans with the mirror a...
November 2013
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First of a projected trilogy, with the second available in hardback at the time of writing. Intra-family strife, secrets, t...
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So beautifully disturbing, so disturbingly beautiful. A wisp of a book, but don’t be fooled. Most writers can’t do on 400...
November 2013
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Not all the stories in this collection are stand-outs, and not all, thankfully, have to do with brides. Datlow and Windling,...
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This collection of stories written by one of the members of Monty Python is very clever, very funny, and very surprising. Th...
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The third volume in an on-going detective series sees a former NYC super-cop, now retired to the sticks get dragged into yet ...
November 2013
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reviewed: The Long Price Quartet by Daniel Abraham
I’ll admit it, I struggled with this work and what to think of it. The first two books in the quartet I really enjoyed. The s...
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This is the type of book that you read, and you actually learn from. The focus is on the societies in the Americas, in parti...
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The first volume of Catherine Fisher's latest trilogy continues trends in her writing that have developed since Incarceron, t...