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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

Political / Social Commentary

ON THIS DAY: March 7, 2018

March 7th is

Be Heard Day *

Cereal Day *

Roast Pork Day


MORE! Janet Guthrie, Eva Brunne and Jaqueline de Jesus, click 1,111 more words


Audiobook Review: Into the Fire by Elizabeth Moon

I received a review copy from the publisher. This does not affect the contents of my review and all opinions are my own.

Into the Fire… 813 more words

Science Fiction

A couple of book reviews

Cold Welcome by Elizabeth Moon

I picked this one up from the library, confident that, as it was the first in a series, I wouldn’t be lost. 668 more words


Week 3 - 2018

1. The final book in Vatta’s War by Elizabeth Moon, Victory Conditions, was about on par with my expectations. I’d give the series as a whole a solid three and a half out of five, because it was a military space opera with some decent characterization and fun space battles. 345 more words


Week 2 - 2018

1.  The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare is more a drama than a comedy, I feel, on my first reading of the play since… 2010? 346 more words

Science Fiction

Week 1 - 2018

1. This is one of my favorite novels, especially to read aloud in the car. Scheria and Permia are countries that have a restless peace between them, and a team of Scherian fencers are sent to Permia for a goodwill tour. 502 more words