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reviewed: City of Bones
One star for each month it took me to finish.
City of Bones - Martha Wells
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reviewed: Killing Moon (Dreamblood 1)
Much better than [b:The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms|6437061|The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (The Inheritance Trilogy, #1)|N.K. Je...
The Killing Moon - N.K. Jemisin
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reviewed: Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces That Shape How We Think, Feel, and Behave
This is basically the same book as Freakonomics and NurtureShock with a slightly different focus. Thus: three stars for every...
Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces that Shape How We Think, Feel, and Behave - Adam Alter
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reviewed: The Human Division #12: The Gentle Art of Cracking Heads
Dude, the last chapter is going to have to be pretty epic to actually wrap up the plot, such as it is, after the last few sem...
The Human Division #12: The Gentle Art of Cracking Heads - John Scalzi
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March 2013
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reviewed: The Human Division #11: A Problem of Proportion
In Scalzi's universe, even the aliens engage in sarcastic witty banter ALL THE TIME.
The Human Division #11: A Problem of Proportion - John Scalzi
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reviewed: The Human Division #10: This Must Be the Place
If I am buying John Scalzi's pitch that this serial novel is akin a to a TV show, this is that late-season episode where they...
The Human Division #10: This Must Be the Place - John Scalzi
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March 2013
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reviewed: The Still Point of the Turning World
Lois McMaster Bujold, a great writer made no less great by the fact that she writes science-fiction books with covers like th...
The Still Point of the Turning World - Emily Rapp
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reviewed: The Silent Tower (The Windrose Chronicles #1)
CLIFFHANGER!
The Silent Tower - Barbara Hambly
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February 2013
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reviewed: The Human Division #7: The Dog King
Oh hilarious. Did Dave Barry co-authors this one?
The Human Division #7: The Dog King - John Scalzi
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February 2013
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reviewed: Glamour in Glass
Look, I love Jane Austen books as much as the next guy (provided the next guy’s love of Jane Austen books is limited to readi...
Glamour in Glass - Mary Robinette Kowal
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February 2013
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reviewed: Alif the Unseen
Alif the Unseen is a novel about political unrest in the Middle East, fueled by hackers and subversives on the internet who a...
Alif the Unseen -
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February 2013
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reviewed: The Human Division #4: A Voice in the Wilderness
Oh ha ha, I get it. He's like Rush Limbaugh. How funny that political discourse will be the same 200 years after we've expand...
A Voice in the Wilderness - John Scalzi
reviewed: The Human Division #5: Tales From the Clarke
So far, I like the "narrative" chapters a lot more than the "experimental" chapters, which might mean either A) this "novel i...
The Human Division #5: Tales From the Clarke - John Scalzi
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reviewed: The Warrior's Apprentice
It was three stars most of the way, but the ending cleared the bar. Bujold can really end a book. I have less to say about th...
The Warrior's Apprentice (Vorkosigan Saga, #2) - Lois McMaster Bujold
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