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Quick Recap: The SF/F One

A belated look at the new releases for the first umm… third of the year?  Starting off the ones I’ve actually read in the SF/F space… 387 more words

New Releases

Book Review- The Speed of Dark

The Speed of Dark
by Elizabeth Moon
Science Fiction
369 pages
First published in 2002

From Goodreads: In the near future, disease will be a condition of the past. 1,153 more words


Week 17 - 2018

1. Frederica by Georgette Heyer, what can I say? This one had all my favorite tropes: a reluctant guardian, irrepressible schoolboys, a practical-but-harried “older” female (though 24 is by no means old), and an amusing bevy of suitors. 513 more words

Science Fiction

Week 14 - 2018

1. I hate to be like this. The two books I read this week were pretty good, but other books I’ve read did the same thing better. 302 more words

Science Fiction

Book Review: the Sheepfarmer's Daughter by Elizabeth Moon

This month’s Asexual reading book from my 2018 Asexual Reading Goals was the Sheepfarmer’s Daughter (fantasy 314 pages) by Elizabeth Moon.

“Paksenarrion – Paks for short – is somebody special. 1,151 more words

Book Reviews

The Captain's Log - trading in danger (Elizabeth Moon)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I have been wanting to read a book by this author forever and was going to start with the novel, cold welcome… 521 more words

The Captain's Log

Ann Leckie’s Provenance

Ann Leckie’s new novel, following the triumphant success of her multiple award-winning novels Ancillary Justice, Ancillary Sword and Ancillary Mercy, is Provenance, and it is not at the same level. 696 more words

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