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2001: A Space Odyssey Explained Perfectly

This read-a-long book is a perfect and succinct summery of exactly what occurs in Kubrick’s 2001. As one of the comments says, if you’ve ever run into someone who just didn’t “get” the movie, point them here. 7 more words


Read-Your-Bookshelf-A-Thon Wrap-Up! | #RYBSAT

Oh, Hi you! Happy Tuesday :D I don’t know if you remember, but last week I posted about this readathon happening and that I was going to participate in it! 716 more words


Gone With The Wind: Chapters 1 - 10

Warning: This post contains spoilers for chapters 1 – 10 of Gone with the Wind

Okay, let me preface this blog post by stating that I am enjoying Gone with the Wind (GwtW) more this time than the previous time I attempted to read it – although there are still aspects of the novel that rankled me. 1,256 more words


GWTW Chapters 1-10: Don't Be an Ostrich and Read This

This is the first check-in post, and I could not be more excited! The only thing upsetting me right now is that I have to rush this post because (I didn’t plan ahead) I am leaving for the long weekend (Victoria Day in Canada — yay for my favourite queen!), and so I won’t be able to read any other posts and comment/share the excitement… :( But as soon as I get back! 595 more words


Two Reviews: The Lost Traveller by Antonia White and The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

The Lost Traveller by Antonia White is a follow up novel to Frost in May. White changed her heroine’s name from Nanda to Clara and this odd quirk annoys me more than it should. 877 more words

Two Serpents Rise by Max Gladstone, readalong: final week

Today is the final week of our readalong of Max Gladstone’s Two Serpents rise. Lynn over at  Little Lion Lynnet’s  is our host this week.  Without further ado lets get to the Q&A and if you haven’t read this book be aware that there will be spoilers below. 540 more words

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READALONG: Two Serpents Rise, by Max Gladstone: Week 4

Well, we’re at the final week for the readalong. It was fun, I have to say. I enjoyed the question-and-answer posts, I enjoyed reading what other people thought about the book, and I enjoyed knowing I finally read a book that I really should have read long ago. 797 more words

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