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Review - A Natural History of Dragons

A Natural History of Dragons, Marie Brennan
Review from April 12th, 2013

It took me a while to get round to finishing reading this, even once I was a decent way into it and knew I wanted to finish it. 229 more words

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Recently arrived review copies

Melinda Snodgrass’s THE EDGE OF DAWN, and Marie Brennan’s VOYAGE OF THE BASILISK.

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What I Read (and loved) So Far In 2015

So far this year I’ve read 26 books. Some of them were okay, a few were kind of shitty, and then there were the other ones — the ones I absolutely loved and think everyone should run out and read right the fuck now. 3,199 more words

New books received: Won these great books from a Tor books sweepstakes!

I Won these great books from a Tor books sweepstakes! The sweepstakes was for two books but they sent an extra book, and I could not be happier! 726 more words

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Book Review: Voyage of the Basilisk, by Marie Brennan

Voyage of the Basilisk is the third “Memoir of Lady Trent”.  The fictional Lady Trent is a naturalist who travels the world to study dragons.  The books are notable not only for the lovely writing but for an incredibly compelling main character with believable strengths and weaknesses, and great attention to the process of science.   511 more words

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Regency Fantasy Authors Coming to Poisoned Pen

Valley fantasy fans are in for a treat as the Poisoned Pen brings Mary Robinette Kowal and Marie Brennan to town. The pair are popular purveyors of “Regency fantasy”, infusing magic into the manners and mores of Jane Austen. 201 more words

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The Voyage of the Basilisk by Marie Brennan

RATING: 4/5

TITLE: THE VOYAGE OF THE BASILISK

AUTHOR: MARIE BRENNAN

SERIES: MEMOIR BY LADY TRENT 03

Lady Trent’s most scandalous, yet poignant, memoir to date. 949 more words

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