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review 2016-04-15 19:39
THE READING Book 22: Politically Correct Holiday Stories (James Finn Garner)
Politically Correct Holiday Stories: For an Enlightened Yuletide Season - James Finn Garner
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url 2015-10-29 23:08
"Ancillary Stapler" by Rob Cottingham

A parody of the Imperial Radch trilogy, set in an office. It made me smile.


And yeah, I'm not over this series yet. But I've decided I probably don't have room to take the trilogy with me on vacation (darn those bulky cold weather clothes), so a start-to-finish reread will have to wait until later.

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url 2014-02-14 14:56
Sharing the Greatest All Time Romances

Okay, since today is Valentine's Day, we here on Paperback Wonderland, decided it would be in the readers' interest _ see, we care!! _ to pursuit the difficult task of finding the all time greatest love affair, portrayed in books or movies!

You know those outrageously romantic couples that make our hearts go all "pitty-pat" O_O when we imagine all the feelings and the immensity of their love!
Like Rhett Butler and Scarlett O' Hara, Peeta and Katniss, Mr. Darcy and Miss Elizabeth Bennett, Tom and Jerry, and most importantly...




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url 2014-01-22 14:15
Upworthy Style Book Titles

You'll never guess how this parody turned classics into clickbait! 


The Hobbit cover with the title "Watch How Complicated This Guy's Trip Gets When He Lets A Group of Dwarves Plan It."

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review 2013-11-30 19:27
50 Tentacles of Unspeakable Hue by Noah Berlatsky
50 Tentacles of Unspeakable Hue - Noah Berlatsky

A 50 Shades/Cthulhu mash-up. You can read it here for free. 


I can't stop laughing at the cover.


“Hello, Miss Irons,” he said, his voice cultured and bristling manfully with manliness.


“Hello,” I said vaguely. Everything tilted, and I pitched forward helplessly. Two of the three grapes I had eaten for lunch came rushing up, and out.


He had caught me. His eyes smouldered into mine. An ironic smile played over his lips. His mouth opened enticingly.


“You vomited on my jacket,” he said, wittily.


“I know,” I volleyed back.


“It takes a strong woman to have the courage to vomit on the jacket of a man as quietly powerful as I am,” he volleyed back back.

It's a quick, silly read. Not really for actual fans of Cthulhu erotica or tentacle porn (yes, they're a real thing), but it's good for a few laughs. I wouldn't have paid to read it, but it was worth the few minutes it took to read it for free. 


Source: www.hoodedutilitarian.com/2013/11/50-tentacles-of-unspeakable-hue-complete-and-unabridged
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