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text 2017-07-17 15:19
Reminder: only free a couple of days more
Kushiel's Dart - Jacqueline Carey

 

If ever thinking about starting this series or curious about it, the first book is free from publisher TOR who notes:  

"Kushiel's Dart will be available

from July 13th-19th.

Download before

11:59 PM ET July 19th, 2017." 

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Get book free at http://ebookclub.tor.com/  (you will be asked for email address and receive notice of each month's freebie).

 

Feel free to join in the bookclub read at http://booklikes.com/book-clubs/book/88/tor-monthly-free-ebook-science-fiction-and-fantasy .

 

Publisher page for book details is https://us.macmillan.com/books/9780765342980 .

 

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review 2017-07-16 01:52
Fate brings two people together to sort out their pasts
Broken Wide Open - Susan Griscom,Charley Ongel,Tor Thom

Grace is a sweet person, experiencing the dog side of men. As she tries to find herself, she finds Leo while on her supposed honeymoon-now vacation. A friendship arises although there is a strong chemistry between them. When fate brings them back together, I enjoyed that same chemistry as they fumble through their relationship and dealing with their pasts with a twist I did not expect. I recommend this story, whether read or listened to.

I received a copy of this audiobook as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.

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text 2017-07-14 18:51
Schedule Question for book club TOR Monthly Free eBook
Kushiel's Dart - Jacqueline Carey

Reminder: any edition of the book can be read (do not have to download the free ebook from publisher TOR/Macmillan).

 

Should we read the books as soon as announced or start them the next month?

 

"As announced" would mean reading this one now through middle of August.

 

"Next month" would mean an August read, giving people time to get book and adjust reading plans.  Bookclub would show current read plus mid-August when next announced would show a next book.

 

Will anyone be joining me in reading Kushiel's Dart or is this month's freebie of no interest (or already read, it is an older publication)?

 

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Get book free at http://ebookclub.tor.com/  (you will be asked for email address and receive notice of each month's freebie).

 

Feel free to join in the bookclub read at http://booklikes.com/book-clubs/book/88/tor-monthly-free-ebook-science-fiction-and-fantasy .

 

Publisher page for book details is https://us.macmillan.com/books/9780765342980 .

 

Source: >booklikes.com/book-clubs/book/88/tor-monthly-free-ebook-science-fiction-and-fantasy
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text 2017-07-13 19:20
Book Club Read: TOR Monthly free ebook
Kushiel's Dart - Jacqueline Carey

I'm glad this month's free ebook from TOR is this first in series (Kushiel's Legacy) one because I keep meaning to get around to reading it.  Friends rave about it.

 

Get book free at http://ebookclub.tor.com/  (you will be asked for email address and receive notice of each month's freebie).

 

Feel free to join in the bookclub read at http://booklikes.com/book-clubs/book/88/tor-monthly-free-ebook-science-fiction-and-fantasy .

 

Publisher page for book details is https://us.macmillan.com/books/9780765342980 .

 

Not positive it will be everyone's cup of tea who joined the booklikes bookclub for the TOR monthly freebie; supposedly pretty explicit and a dark fantasy.  The "dark fantasy" isn't always what I am in the mood to read — hence why I kept putting it off.

Source: booklikes.com/book-clubs/book/88/tor-monthly-free-ebook-science-fiction-and-fantasy
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review 2017-06-11 14:42
Mapping the Interior by Stephen Graham Jones
Mapping the Interior - Stephen Graham Jones

Mapping the Interior touched me in a way that's hard to define.

 

A young man, missing and thinking of the father who died before he could really be known, believes he saw his father coming through a doorway. From there, we learn more about this young man, his family, Native American culture, and superstitions.

 

In a way, this could be interpreted as a ghost story. In another interpretation it could be thought of a coming of age story-with perhaps a little psychological horror on the side. However it's interpreted, whatever genre it's labeled, the fact remains that it moves the reader. It's a powerful piece of work.

 

I'm not going to go further into the plot, because I think the reader should discover it for themselves. I know that it brought me back to certain points in my childhood and how I felt about things, but I can't seem to adequately explain how it made me feel. Mapping the Interior resonated deeply with me and I'll have to leave it at that.

 

I give it my highest recommendation.

 

You can order a copy here: Mapping the Interior

 

*Thanks to Tor and to NetGalley for the e-ARC of this novella, in exchange for my honest review. This is it.*

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