Silence Fallen (Mercy Thompson) by Patricia Briggs: snippet commentary
Mercy passes by the Old-New Synagogue of Prague. She wonders, an old-old synagogue?
LOL no, you’re coming at it from the wrong direction in history. 110 more words
A new column over at Tor.com:
[B]oth Arrival and Moana share one particular commonality. Family relationships—and the emotional resonance of those relationships—between women of different generations have a deep influence on each film’s main character.