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C.E. Murphy
C.E. Murphy was born and raised in Alaska and has since moved to her ancestral homeland of Ireland. She lives there with her husband, a chef, and three very spoiled pets.She's a full-time writer. Thus far her plans to take over the publishing world are proceeding apace. show more
C.E. Murphy was born and raised in Alaska and has since moved to her ancestral homeland of Ireland. She lives there with her husband, a chef, and three very spoiled pets.She's a full-time writer. Thus far her plans to take over the publishing world are proceeding apace.
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Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 1 year ago
Overview: This third instalment of the Walker Papers sets itself a significant challenge that it doesn't entirely rise to: how do you make fighting sleep exciting? The strength of this book lay in the character development and the dialogue. The weakness lay in an excess of metaphor-heavy astra...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 1 year ago
Overview:This third instalment of the Walker Papers sets itself a significant challenge that it doesn’t entirely rise to: how do you make fighting sleep exciting?The strength of this book lay in the character development and the dialogue.The weakness lay in an excess of metaphor-heavy astral combat....
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 1 year ago
Overview:This third instalment of the Walker Papers sets itself a significant challenge that it doesn’t entirely rise to: how do you make fighting sleep exciting?The strength of this book lay in the character development and the dialogue.The weakness lay in an excess of metaphor-heavy astral combat....
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 2 years ago
"Thunderbird Falls"delivered exactly what I was looking for this weekend: relaxing, escapist, entertainment that demanded nothing much from me except the suspension of disbelief and a willingness to open my imagination to astral plane encounters. "Thunderbird Falls"follows on from "Urban Shaman". ...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it 2 years ago
"Thunderbird Falls" delivered exactly what I was looking for this weekend: relaxing, escapist, entertainment that demanded nothing much from me except the suspension of disbelief and a willingness to open my imagination to astral plane encounters."Thunderbird Falls" follows on from "Urban Shaman". I...
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