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Poor ingored blog...

Yes, I know it’s been five months.  Yes, I feel bad.  My poor, sweet little blog.  But, cut me some slack.

This winter and “spring” (I use that term loosely here in Brew City) have been a whirlwind.  681 more words

The Hugos Matter, Whether That's Convenient to You or Not

Right now, there’s a not altogether unprecedented trend toward what I’m going to call concentrated apathy when it comes to pop cultural criticism. When it comes to anything that’s not an opera, a Murakami novel, or Hamilton, we’re only supposed to care so much. 1,124 more words

Media Criticism

Divided cities

The three YA novels I review here are all set in cities which are, in one way or another, divided, featuring state-sanctioned inequality so extreme that revolution needs only a tiny spark to set it off. 1,164 more words


Serpent of the Shangrove

Serpent of the Shangrove by C N Lesley

Copper is now a fully grown Drakken, but despite his magical abilities, he is shunned and shamed by his pure-blood kin. 298 more words


John Peters in the land of Demons by A.H Matai

John Peters in the land of Demons

A.H Matai
This novel is fantasy novel of series of books by John Peters. It
narrates the story of an adventurous and full of excitement life of a… 97 more words


Blog Tour #review & #giveaway - THE DRAGON SCALE LUTE by JC Kang #NA #Fantasy

Welcome to my tour stop for The Dragon Scale Lute by J.C. Kang! This is a mature young adult multicultural epic fantasy. The tour runs April 4-15 with reviews, interviews, guest posts and excerpts. 1,015 more words

Fantasy Novels

"The Night Circus" by Erin Morgenstern

Ahh…where to begin? I have so many thoughts about this book.

Quick summary:

“The circus arrives without warning.”

The Night Circus is a wonderful story about two magicians pitted against each other in a test of skills and ingenuity.

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