Monthly Archives: April 2013

“Map of the Sky” Felix J Palma

This book is the sequel to his first; “Map of Time”, but it could easily be read on its own. The characters are familiar, but there are also some new ones mixed in. HG Wells still carries the story, and … Continue reading

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“Map of Time” by Felix J Palma

Fans of H.G. Wells, time travel and curiosities in general will find this book interesting. HG Wells is the main character in this book, giving it an odd realistic feel.  The entire story revolves around the change his book “The … Continue reading

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“A Storm of Swords” George R. R. Martin

I know, I’m starting in the middle, but that’s because that’s the book I’m currently reading so that’s the one that is freshest in my mind. Martin’s books are definitely an investment, and it took a while for me to … Continue reading

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“Partials” by Dan Wells

I have a bad habit of choosing a book simply because it sounds vaguely interesting, but I never really have a high expectation of it.  This one completely blew me out of the water, I couldn’t put it down.  It … Continue reading

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“Wool” by Hugh Howey

I’m on a huge Post-Apocalyptic kick since the book “Partials” by Dan Wells, so I picked this one up after seeing it on the ‘new and hot’ wall in my old store.  There wasn’t much of a summary on it … Continue reading

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Introductions

Since there are two of us here, I think some introductions are in order. I’m a fussy reader; having started with books from Tolkien and the Dragonlance and Forgotten Realms series, and then when I got tired of Fantasy (I … Continue reading

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