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March 2014
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February 2014
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Some books have an amazingly unexplainable ability to transcend the purpose of their creation and take a leap into being an i...
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I'm going to start with a digression. I love John Sayles movies. Adore them. And once you've seen them all, you can see a pro...
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I am not really sure what to write about Shipbreaker. I finished it about a week ago, but have been dawdling on writing the r...
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Hyperion won the contest for my favourite book of last year. How could anything possibly live up to that? The Fall of Hyperio...
January 2014
30
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Am I allowed to review this book without having read Moby Dick? Because I haven't, as of yet. I know the basic story, in the ...
January 2014
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A fun and fast-paced thrill ride, almost impossible for me to put down. Picture a hard-boiled noir, the solitary, weary world...
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First, notice the cover. Do you know why my review copy looks so different from the one you may have read? Published 1970, ba...
January 2014
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I’m slightly ambivalent about Bacigalupi’s writing, but Ship Breaker has strengthened my affection. His short stories are ha...
December 2013
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This was very tense science fiction, a solid story, with interesting characters. In the end, I think it strikes me most as a ...
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It happened right there on the first page. Mieville referred to sewers as "secular sepulchres," and I almost swooned. Perdido...