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SHADOWBOXER by Tricia Sullivan: not a review

It’s a truism that not every book is for every reader. Shadowboxer is Tricia Sullivan’s latest novel and first foray into YA, out now from Solaris Books’ Rebellion imprint. 136 more words

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Genesis by Bernard Beckett

Genesis belongs to Anaximander, a student appearing for her qualifying exams at The Academy in a near futuristic world. Her subject of choice is Adam Forde; the man responsible for a wide spread rebellion in the post apocalyptic world known as The Republic. 444 more words

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I miss being a nerd.

I feel like I’m losing hold of my identity. Nobody thinks I’m a nerd anymore, even my parents. I have to constantly tell my friends I’m a nerd, or they won’t even imagine it. 541 more words

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Reading Update: New Books and Reading Progress 10-21-2014

During the past couple of weeks I have read some books (surprise!) and I also got a couple of new books from the library.

New Books. 457 more words

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Losing Arguments

7th Day of Harvest Season, 342 Years After Mourning

I spent all day debating with myself, only to discover I have lost the argument. At least the hopeful side of me has. 368 more words

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Review - Galapagos

Galapagos, Kurt Vonnegut

Galapagos is a fun read, playful; for a book about the end of the world, it’s certainly more humorous and light-hearted than most, except perhaps Good Omens. 159 more words

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