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text 2015-05-26 06:41
TBR Non-Alliterative Day
The Far Time Incident - Neve Maslakovic
Raising Stony Mayhall - Daryl Gregory
The Lady from Zagreb - Philip Kerr
Dodger - Terry Pratchett
Lives in Ruins: Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble - Marilyn Johnson
The Half-life of Facts: Why Everything We Know Has an Expiration Date - Samuel Arbesman
Legend - Marie Lu
The Minority Council - Kate Griffin

I've enjoyed reading everyone's TBR Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday/Sunday posts, and am thinking about trying it myself. Ever since I moved my cataloguing back to GR, I've only posted reviews here, so these posts might let me log the "might read" and "should have reviewed" portion of my reading.


To Be Read:


I don't know. I'm actually a little panicked about it. I've finished up my netgalley backlog and nothing is looking appealing. I want something simultaneously riveting and safe, something that won't rip me up inside but will keep me utterly captivated nonetheless. I'm not sure that type of book actually exists.


  • In the meantime, I just started a reread of The Minority Council - Kate Griffin. Even though it fails the heartwrenching portion of my conditions, at least I know what to expect.
  • I'm reading Dodger - Terry Pratchett, which is very cute. It's taking me a while because it's a little out of my age bracket and genre.
  • Oh, yeah. I also just got Legend - Marie Lu  on audio. It's not really my preferred genre, but I've heard good things, so I figured I'd give it a try.



To Be Reviewed

(organized in decreasing likelihood of actually being reviewed.)



Yep, that's about it.

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review 2014-03-09 19:12
4 stars for father, not so many for son
The Fall of Arthur - J.R.R. Tolkien,J.R.R. Tolkien

A full review later, which will be only of the poem itself.  The Fall of Arthur was great but the two hundred pages of "notes" I found to be pretty much unreadable. I finally gave up. The poem though! That was great, even if there was only 50 pages of it.

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