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Mea culpa


Due in part to a truly horrendous past couple of weeks (a combination of my boss being on compassionate leave during an extremely busy work period and a leak developing in the suite above me), I indulged in a little book therapy this week.

-Maplecroft (by Cherie Priest)

-Last God Standing (by Michael Boatman)

-The One-Eyed Man (by L. E. Modesitt, Jr.)

This is also the order in which I’ll read them. Reviews coming in the next few weeks!


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B.C. Day Book Binge


This is why I’m not allowed in my local comic shop unsupervised anymore.

-Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere (adaptor Mike Carey and illustrator Glenn Fabry)

-The Hobbit (J.R.R. Tolkien, illustrator David Wenzel, adaptor Charles Dixon)

-Husbands (Brad Bell and Jane Espenson)

-Pride & Prejudice (Jane Austen, adaptor Nancy Butler and illustrator Hugo Petrus)

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