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text 2017-09-22 23:35
Reading progress update: I've read 122 out of 239 pages.
Dandelion Wine - Ray Bradbury

Since the Crucible, it seems like everything I read has some tangential mention of witches.

 

Just After Sunset's mention was raving mad and scary. THIS episode is hilarious. The odd part is that all the elements are the same as in the Crucible, but one: the community takes the sane path, and everything turns ridiculous.

 

 

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text 2017-08-16 04:20
Reading progress update: I've read 35 out of 256 pages.
Norse Mythology - Neil Gaiman

Help! I'm at Sif's hair debacle, and I can't stop laughing!

 

Starting with

 

“Because,” said Thor, “when something goes wrong, the first thing I always think is, it is Loki’s fault. It saves a lot of time.”

 

to all the following dialogue between Thor and Loki

 

“Sif’s hair was her glory. People will think that her head was shaved for punishment. That she did something she should not have done, did it with someone she should not have.”
“Well, yes. There is that,” said Loki. “They will probably think that. And unfortunately, given that I took her hair from the roots, she will go through the rest of her life completely bald . . .”
(...)
“She won’t go through life bald,” said Thor. “Because, Loki Laufey’s son, if you do not put her hair back right now, I am going to break every single bone in your body. Each and every one of them. And if her hair does not grow properly, I will come back and break every bone in your body again. And again. If I do it every day, I’ll soon get really good at it,” he carried on, sounding slightly more cheerful.

 

May I point out that they are "friends"? And that apparently, Loki did it because he was drunk, and though it would be funny?

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review 2017-08-08 17:10
The Terrible Two's: Funny Things I Learned from My Toddler Daughter: Savvy Stories, Book 2 - Dan Alatorre,Dan Alatorre,Tim J. Gracey

The TERRIBLE Two's: Funny Things I Learned From My Toddler Daughter (Savvy Stories Book 2) by Dan Alatorre
Starts out with summary of author's other works and reviews.
This book starts off where the first book ended. It's about Savvy and her life with her parents. The things they all learn are priceless.
Humor, child rearing, new adventures. Some tragic medical events and funny things along the way. Stay strong.
What I really like about these books are that as a grandparent of some adults and younger we get to do the fun things with them. Blowing bubbles, playing in puddles, making a sand castle, going down slides with them, playing army guys, dancing the hokey pokey and singing and dancing. Thanks for all the memories.
Excerpt from the next book in the series is included. Other summarized books are highlighted at the very end.
Received this review copy from the author and this is my honest review.

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text 2017-08-03 18:20
Reading progress update: I've read 95 out of 384 pages.
Wildfire - Ilona Andrews

Cornelius straightened. I got off the floor and looked at the mangled corpse. Cornelius hefted his frying pan, pondering the body.
“But you don’t like guns?” I whispered.
“This is different,” he whispered back. “This is how an animal kills. This feels more real.”

 

I find this hilarious. Must be a savage myself, lol.

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text 2017-08-02 22:47
Reading progress update: I've read 6 out of 384 pages.
Wildfire - Ilona Andrews

We open with Sergeant Teddy. I can't stop laughing.

 

This is exactly what I need to climb out of my reading slump.

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