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Flying Saucers Have Landed - Leslie, Desmond
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Flying Saucers Have Landed
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An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it
2.0 Where the Red Fern Grows
I wonder if I would have had a different reaction to this book if I'd read it as a kid. While I didn't enjoy the book as a whole (especially the weird hand-wavy references to "Indians" and the 10,000 uses of the word coon), the depiction of grief at the end was very good and did make me cry.
Rellyh
Rellyh rated it
3 ⭐️ I’m not really sure how to rate this one. While there were parts that I enjoyed, it didn’t fit into my really like category either which is a disappointment because I Rhys Ford’s work usually. There is a lot going on and when it held my attention it was good and enjoyable, but I did strugg...
Rellyh
Rellyh rated it
3 ⭐️ I’m not really sure how to rate this one. While there were parts that I enjoyed, it didn’t fit into my really like category either which is a disappointment because I Rhys Ford’s work usually. There is a lot going on and when it held my attention it was good and enjoyable, but I did strugg...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
4.0 The Spirit in Question (Lila MacLean Mystery, #3)
I enjoy this series a lot - it's cozy without being twee, and the mysteries are reasonably well plotted most of the time. I also love that Kuhn shows way more than she tells; this might be the only reason I'd tell someone to read these in order. The stories don't require it at all, but the author ...
99 problems, and a book ain't one
99 problems, and a book ain't one rated it
3.0 SEVERANCE BY: LING MA
Not quite what I thought it was going to be like but very well written and interesting none the less. The abruptness of the ending was a bit of a let down though tbh.
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