Tag Archives: fantasy

Thoughts: Wagner the Werewolf, by George W. M. Reynolds

I’ve been meaning to get back around to writing my book thoughts for a while (let’s not talk about how long) but reading Wagner the Werewolf has been an irresistible lure to let myself get dragged back into it. In … Continue reading

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Thoughts: The Fall of Gondolin, by JRR Tolkien

So. Been a while. Moving on. After frying my brain with Nnedi Okorafor in German, I tret myself to some pure comfort reading, going back to the start of my love affair with the speculative literary genres. When I was … Continue reading

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Thoughts: Neverwhere, by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Chris Riddell

This is sort of cheating, because I’d read it before, a long time ago, but hey, I didn’t tell anyone what I thought of it, so it still counts!

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Thoughts: Promise of Shadows, by Justina Ireland

This book found its way onto my TBR list because a friend found it on Goodreads and the summary sounded like amazing, silly fun to fill the impending Kitty Norville-shaped hole in my life. I want to say it sounded … Continue reading

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Thoughts: Clockwork Princess, by Cassandra Clare

Thank you all for accompanying me on this journey. I feel much better now that I’ve written out my feelings on this trilogy. Also, spoiler alert ahead. All the others had spoilers alerts too, but this is the finale so … Continue reading

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Thoughts: Clockwork Prince, by Cassandra Clare

You’ll be glad to know that this is much shorter than my ramble on about Clockwork Angel. Most of what I said there still holds here, so let’s just take all that as a given. Now that we’re in the … Continue reading

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Thoughts: Clockwork Angel, by Cassandra Clare

This is going to be an absolute monster post, so bear with me. I don’t usually talk much about the authors of the books I read, because I like a work to stand on its own merit. But Cassandra Clare … Continue reading

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Thoughts: Short Story Round-Up!

In late October I read a load of short stories in a short timeframe, so I’m going to do a quick round-up here. I’ll be doing a similar graphic novel round-up soon too, because I’ve been riding that train these … Continue reading

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German Reading Project: Der Kleine Prinz, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, translated by Grete and Josef Leitgeb

A whole book this time, and not just chapters! Der Kleine Prinz is both short enough and simply written enough that I managed it without too much heartache. My general German skills update: I’m improving in some ways and stalling … Continue reading

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Thoughts: Kitty Saves The World, by Carrie Vaughn

Oh my goodness, this is the LAST ONE. I can finally rest easy knowing that the werewolves and assorted characters of supernatural Denver aren’t going to get into any more scrapes. I really shouldn’t need to spoiler warn for the … Continue reading

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