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Tannat

Not so much a blog; just lots of books

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The Inner Life of Cats: The Science and Secrets of Our Mysterious Feline Companions
Thomas McNamee
Progress: 72/235 pages
Conservation of Shadows
Yoon Ha Lee
Progress: 22 %
Le premier jour
Marc Levy
Progress: 180/496 pages
Moby-Dick: or, The Whale (Penguin Classics)
Herman Melville
Manifold: Time
Stephen Baxter, Chris Schluep
Progress: 99/480 pages
The Long War
Stephen Baxter, Terry Pratchett
Progress: 68/501 pages
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July 2018
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I saw this cover and fell in love with it. Then, I read the post from a fellow blogger about how wonderful this novel was so...
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When ninety-five percent of the world’s population disappears for no apparent reason, Mira does what she can to create some s...
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Corpora Delicti is the 9th and so far most recent part in Manna Francis' The Administration series (aka TA). I guess most of ...
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You could really feel the energy inside this children’s book with its bright, bold illustrations and the words the author cho...
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On top of having this super cool cover, within these pages I discovered some of the best short, dark fiction I've read in a l...
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Pawsitively Clawesome Cats Humble Bundle. So cute and the charity is the Humane Society.
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This is part of a series of posts reviewing categories in this year's Hugo ballot. I'll be discussing the entries, the voter ...
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Here we go again, the book stops at around 67% with the rest being notes and references. Do I keep reading and finish the b...
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When I finished reading this middle school book, I immediately thought of The Wizard of Oz as it had that fantasy, dreamworld...
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a fabulous Mystery novel, and deliciously scary. getting scarier. The Intrusions next, followed by American War, and then m...
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Our group voting had a clear winner for our September read: Unlocking the Past: How Archaeologists Are Rewriting Human Histor...
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I've been stalling on finishing this one; sad times ahead - but it's going to get as read as I'm willing to read by the end o...
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Shelving. That elusive infrastructure that literally supports every bibliophile's habit. There's never enough of it; it's b...
July 2018
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I picked up "Plum Rains" because the premise interested me: a near-future Japan where longevity is rising, fertility is falli...