Category: Reading Log

September 2011

Can you tell I had some time off? This month had a bit of a Viable Paradise theme, as over half of the books I read were written by people […]

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August 2011

Watch, by Robert J. Sawyer The second in Sawyer's WWW series. The ethical dilemmas surrounding the awakening of a conscious Internet entity begin to come to the fore. Believable teen […]

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July 2011

Since it's nearly September, maybe I should get my July Reading Log out, eh? July was all about the Hugos, with the lion's share of the works read coming from […]

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June 2011

Ploughing through my Hugo voter packet reading. The Dervish House, by Ian McDonald A dense read that gets you up close and personal with future Turkey. Nanotechnology, a high-finance oil […]

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May 2011

Virga: Cities of the Air (Sun of Suns, and Queen of Candesce), by Karl Schroeder Steampunk-like far future world in a hollow-sphere setting (AKA Ringworld on steroids). Local politics intersect […]

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April 2011

April was award-winners month in the reading log. 2010 Nebula Awards Showcase, edited by Bill Fawcett Fellow Viable Paradise alumnus F.J. Bergmann gets a Rhysling in this one. W00t and […]

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March 2011

Been head deep in novel edits lately - reading is taking a back seat, and lighter fare is predominant. Breaking Dawn, by Stephenie Meyer Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who […]

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February 2011

And Another Thing..., by Eoin Colfer Erm. I loved the originals. Let's chalk up how I feel about this one to a shift in my sense of humour, shall we? […]

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January 2011

Real Mermaids Don't Wear Toe Rings, by Hélène Boudreau A fun middle-grade read. Judy Blume meets something fishy. The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, by N.K. Jemisin I do believe I'm going […]

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Best Reads of 2010

Note that these most often aren't books that actually came out in 2010, since I'm a bit of a cheapskate and mostly read trade or plain paperbacks instead of hardcovers. […]

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