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Alice rolled over in the dark, reaching automatically for Muffy’s warm body; when her hands felt only cold sheets on the other side of the bed, she sat up with a frown. 907 more words

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Book Review: The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

Edition: E-Book, 496 pages
Published by: Candlewick Press
Genre: Adventure, Action, Dystopia, Fantasy, Fiction, Young Adult
Rating: 3 feathers

Prentisstown isn’t like other towns. Everyone can hear everyone else’s thoughts in an overwhelming, never-ending stream of Noise. 687 more words

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Brine, ships & harpoon-wielding mermaids - a review of Lisa L. Hannett's short story 'A Shot Of Salt Water'

Accordions unpleated welcoming songs the day the mermaids returned.

The first notes droned joyful at dawn, played by young men with wool collars unrolled against the wind.

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A Brave New World - Where Heroes Begin

In the land of Dragolin, little did our adventurers know what they were about to embark on when they joined a duo with some precious cargo that needed protection. 246 more words

The Isle Of Chandra

When a New Hero Joins the Establishment

I posted about debuting characters and introducing new ones to the group.  Various tips and information and jokes.  So I might repeat myself a bit here.  325 more words

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Review: "Magritte's Secret Agent" by Tanith Lee

5 of 5 stars.

The uncanniness of a Magritte is both what this tale describes and accurately depicts as a young store clerk and art student, the narrator, becomes enamored with a beautiful, yet unresponsive young man in a wheelchair. 326 more words

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A Fluttering Strength

Spires adorned with the flags of our nation pierced a foreboding sky. If ever we were to doubt our own resilience, a glance to the gods would remind us of our strengths. 287 more words

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