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Deliciously, monstrously strange: Undermajordomo Minor by Patrick deWitt

Undermajordomo Minor is a tale of gothic terror, transcendent love, and ultimately an experiment in how far tropes can be twisted and turned.

And oh, it’s good. 498 more words


The last lot of 2015

The end of the year seems an arbitrary but not insignificant marker in the continuum of life, so I realise that I’m putting undue pressure on, but I’m a finisher. 795 more words


Cover to Cover with Undermajordomo Minor and the covers of Dan Stiles

I’ve been talking about¬†Undermajordomo Minor for ages – and while I was beginning to lose hope that this day would ever come, I finally¬†have a copy officially and safely ensconced on my Kindle / my roommate’s bookshelf. 203 more words


Top Ten Tuesday: the continuously elusive releases of 2015

I wrote about the elusive releases of 2015 for a fall Top Ten Tuesday, but surprise, surprise – they still elude me. I’ll keep this short and wistful! 732 more words