Monthly Archives: August 2011

Recently Read

These have mostly gone back to the library, so will be a little vague. Books here are Cherie Priest’s Those Who Went Remain There Still, Melissa Marr’s Graveminder, Lisa Shearin’s Magic Lost, Trouble Found, Jim Butcher’s Small Favor, Parnell Hall’s … Continue reading

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China Miéville – Embassytown

Embassytown lies on a planet on the edge of explored space; the natives of the planet, the Ariekei, have useful technology for trade. The Ariekei language can only be spoken by a few altered humans, the Ambassadors. Avice Benner Cho … Continue reading

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Cherie Priest: Four and Twenty Blackbirds

I’m going to try to go back to writing about what I’ve read; that was the original purpose of this blog. Four and Twenty Blackbirds is Cherie Priest’s debut novel, and the first of three in this setting. Eden Moore’s … Continue reading

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July 2011 log

Read in July: Mary Anna Evans – Floodgates (library) Simon R. Green – Ghost of a Chance (library) Mercedes Lackey – Unnatural Issue (library) Cherie Priest – Fathom (library) Simon R. Green – Agents of Light and Darkness (library) Jack … Continue reading

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