Monthly Archives: March 2016

Rat Queens volumes 1 and 2 – Kurtis J. Wiebe, Roc Upchurch, Stjepan Sejic

Long story short,¬†Rat Queens is flipping awesome. Go. Read it now. With your face. All female lead cast. All drawn brilliantly. Wonderfully developed. With proper interactions and backstories and emotions and personalities and quirks and also massive badassery and magic … Continue reading

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The House of Shattered Wings – Aliette de Bodard

I had originally been avoiding this book. The title just struck me as too pretentious, and I decided (somewhat irrationally) that I couldn’t be doing with it and was never going near it. This was an Error. Thankfully, it is … Continue reading

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The Water Knife – Paolo Bacigalupi

So, the Hugo-possible-nominee-a-thon begins. It will be intermittent, as I also have a huge pile of books to read to get through. But it begins. We’re basing this on this list, which seems to me entirely legitimate in its predictions … Continue reading

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The Midnight Mayor – Kate Griffin

Ok, so I lied. I’d forgotten I hadn’t written about The Midnight Mayor yet. But after this, then The Water Knife (especially because my next book isn’t even SFF so I have absolutely loads of time to get through my reviews). This … Continue reading

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1Q84 Volumes 1 and 2 – Haruki Murakami

My posts are now slightly out of order compared to the reading dates, as I found¬†Ancillary Sword much easier to write about than 1Q84 (and I finished¬†1Q84 just before I went away for the weekend so didn’t have much of … Continue reading

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