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LEGO book review: The Fault in our Stars

From  the archive: 5 June 2014

I read The Fault in Our Stars over Christmas (it was a gift to myself). In fact, I very rudely sat outside in the sun, while my partner and his family were inside in the middle of Christmas lunch celebrations. 847 more words

LEGO book review: The Roanoke Girls

I know a few people who make a habit of not reading Next Big Thing books because ultimately, the end result never quite lives up to the hype. 601 more words

LEGO book review: Closed Casket

I’m not quite sure why I love Agatha Christie mysteries so much. Nostalgia. The challenge of trying to figure out who did it. I read them again and again, especially around this time of year. 332 more words

LEGO book review: The Gospel of Loki

Myths are awesome. They’re the world’s first stories. Most people are familiar with the big Greek myths, like the heroic tale of Perseus, who chopped off Medusa’s head, or Hercules’ incredible twelve tasks, or even Jason’s search for the Golden Fleece. 407 more words

LEGO book review: Glaze

I love are books that challenge readers to think for themselves. Think Suzanne Collin’s The Hunger Games, Veronica Roth’s Divergent and Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother – books that make the reader believe that they have a voice, a future and inner strength capable of facing any enemy. 429 more words

LEGO book review: Code Name Verity

25 February 2013

You know that feeling when you have a book for a long time and you just want to kick yourself for not reading it sooner? 539 more words

Introducing the very (very) cool No Starch Press...

There is a scene in Sense8 season two when Nomi, a political blogger and hacktivist, is controlling the security in a Korean prison from a computer in San Francisco. 1,005 more words