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Geek Love - Katherine Dunn

I’ve been reluctant to review this book, simply because its utterly fantastic. Its the sort of book that will stay with you for years and years. 614 more words

Novel

The Impossible Fortress, by Jason Rekulak*****

The Impossible Fortress has been generating a lot of buzz since last summer when the review copies came out, and rightfully so. It’s hard to believe this is a debut novel, because it’s smoothly designed and hugely original. 810 more words

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My 2016 Year in Review (According to Goodreads)

As you likely know, I love Goodreads. It’s the perfect way for me to track books I’ve read and – more importantly – books I want to read. 259 more words

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Read This!: Geek Love

“They thought to use and shame me but I win out by nature, because a true freak cannot be made. A true freak must be born.” – 1,031 more words

Fiction

It's time for the 2016 Gift Guide

I assembled a few of my favorite things that I purchased/ wanted this year! It’s not a comprehensive list of awesome, but definitely my top picks! 47 more words

Anthropology

Book Review: Geek Love by Katherine Dunn

This–THIS–is the book I’ve been searching for. But it ultimately has no unforeseen twist or ultimate moral point (though the twists and points it does take/make are very interesting) and could have been 100 pages shorter. 1,336 more words

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Geek Love by Katherine Dunn

This was a great book. It’s about a family of circus freaks, the Binewskis. For them freakishness is a valuable trait, and normalcy is looked down upon. 178 more words

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