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Monthly Archives: July 2011
The Ship Who Sang by Anne McCaffrey
I read a lot of Anne McCaffrey when I was younger, and some of her stuff is definitely for young adults, but I think she has some really interesting lesser known stories and this is one of them. This book … Continue reading
Posted in What A Story - Book Reviews Tagged easy read, heroine, mccaffrey, sci-fi, ship who sang, short story, space Leave a comment
His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman
There were a number of classic series that came out during my adolescence, and I really wish His Dark Materials had gotten more popular. I realize that all the religious changes in the third book got some people a bit … Continue reading
Posted in What A Story - Book Reviews Tagged fantasy, heroine, his dark materials, magic system, pullman, trilogy 2 Comments
Amazon Ink/Queen by Lori Devoti
The slash in the title is because the first book is called Amazon Ink and the second is Amazon Queen and there isn’t a series title yet, but I’m sensing and Amazon theme here. Anyway, these two books are your … Continue reading
Posted in What A Story - Book Reviews Tagged amazon ink, amazon queen, devoti, heroine, magic system, series, urban fantasy 1 Comment
The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher (Guest Post)
I’m back! And with a guest post :-). I’ve only gotten through the first book of the Dresden Files (it’s on my todo list! In fact the second one is sitting right next to me…) but my bookaholic parents both … Continue reading
Posted in What A Story - Book Reviews Tagged butcher, dresden files, easy read, guest post, magic system, mystery, series, urban fantasy 1 Comment