Monthly Archives: November 2006

Juliet Marillier – The Well of Shades (Book 3 of The Bridei Chronicles)

I have really enjoyed this series. This book can easily stand alone and apart from the series, the story is strong and the two main characters – Faolan and Eile – changed just the way I wanted them too. I … Continue reading

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Gene Wolfe – The Knight

I think I jumped into this book with high expectations – Neil Gaiman professed it to be ‘important and wonderful’ after all, and I love Neil Gaiman. I was drawn into the world that Wolfe created, a young boy taken … Continue reading

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Grace Dugan – The Silver Road

Thanks, David for lending me this book – I honestly couldn’t put it down. I was totally absorbed by the story of Zuven’s journey to discover who she was and what she wanted. I also loved Yetala, a young noblewoman … Continue reading

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Snow Crash – Neal Stephenson

I’m heading o/s in a week or two and David was kind enough to lend me some books before I left – the least I could do was read them, the first one I jumped into was Snow Crash. I … Continue reading

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pandora's star and judas unchained

A storm of words has been created for us nerds who enjoy reading speculative fiction (sci-fi and fantasy) and hopefully will provide a forum to discuss books that we are reading. Thanks to george rr for the name. Pandora’s Star … Continue reading

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