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Rose Banks, Ambrosius Grimes, Jonas Moth, Kenton Hall, Luke R. J. Maynard, Lyndsey Holder, Scott R Jones, Victoria Dalpe, Copper Sloane Levy, Jacqueline Sweet, Wilum H. Pugmire, Justine Geoffrey, Shon Richards, Christopher Slatsky, Ran Cartwright, Molly Tanzer, Annabeth
Martin Amis, J.G. Ballard
Erin Hunter, Erin Hunter
Brandon Sanderson
December 2015
24
quote:
"Peggy fingered at her glass, a smile printed to lips that would not smile unaided."
I Am Legend - Richard Matheson
July 2014
11
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reviewed: Big Implications, Small Cast
When Ariane Emory (the first), head of Reseune genetic facilities, is murdered by Jordon Warrick, the next generation at Rese...
Cyteen - C.J. Cherryh
July 2014
10
reviewed: Not the best Ballard, so shouldn't be your first Ballard
This is my second Ballard novel and I think that he was caught on a theme and was compelled to write a novel around it. In Cr...
The Drowned World - J.G. Ballard
started following:
June 2014
30
reviewed: The Girl in the Road
The Girl in the Road was stunning and the less you know going into it, the better. It is heart-breaking and beautiful with en...
The Girl in the Road - Monica Byrne
finished reading:
June 2014
28
reviewed: Ancillary Justice
Ancillary Justice gave me similar happy feelings that [b:2312|11830394|2312|Kim Stanley Robinson|https://d.gr-assets.com/book...
Ancillary Justice - Ann Leckie
finished reading:
June 2014
18
reviewed: The Drowned World: A Novel (50th Anniversary)
This is my second Ballard novel and I think that he was caught on a theme and was compelled to write a novel around it. In [b...
The Drowned World: A Novel (50th Anniversary) - J.G. Ballard, Martin Amis
finished reading:
June 2014
16
reviewed: Into the Storm
This book might be for you... It is an interesting mix of historical fiction, military scifi, and alt Earth fantasy. It is cl...
Into the Storm - Taylor Anderson
finished reading:
June 2014
09
reviewed: Speak, memory: an autobiography revisited
This book was just not for me. Vladimir Nabokov is a brilliant writer. His words are elegant, his life was interesting, and I...
Speak, memory: an autobiography revisited - Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov
finished reading:
May 2014
26
reviewed: The Man Who Was Thursday
He came of a family of cranks, in which all the oldest people had all the newest notions. One of his uncles always walked abo...
The Man Who Was Thursday - G.K. Chesterton
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Conqueror Womb: Lusty Tales of Shub-Niggurath
Rose Banks, Ambrosius Grimes, Jonas Moth, Kenton Hall, Luke R. J. Maynard, Lyndsey Holder, Scott R Jones, Victoria Dalpe, Copper Sloane Levy, Jacqueline Sweet, Wilum H. Pugmire, Justine Geoffrey, Shon Richards, Christopher Slatsky, Ran Cartwright, Molly Tanzer, Annabeth
The Complete Stories of J.G. Ballard
Martin Amis, J.G. Ballard
Into the Wild
Erin Hunter, Erin Hunter
Digger: The Complete Omnibus
Ursula Vernon
The Way of Kings
Brandon Sanderson