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Tannat

Not so much a blog; just lots of books

Currently reading

The Furthest Station
Ben Aaronovitch, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Chasing New Horizons
David Alan Stern
The Rule of Luck
Catherine Cerveny
Engineering Animals: How Life Works
Alan Mcfadzean, Mark Denny
Progress: 125/314 pages
The Rise of Yeast: How the Sugar Fungus Shaped Civilization
Nicholas P. Money
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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Ben Aaronovitch, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
David Alan Stern
Catherine Cerveny
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Alan Mcfadzean, Mark Denny
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Yoon Ha Lee
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Marc Levy
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Stephen Baxter, Chris Schluep
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Stephen Baxter, Terry Pratchett
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The audiobook came in first, so that's what I've gone with. I think the paper version has illustrations, though, so it'll be ...
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Second "brush with death": 16-year-old Maggie O'Farrell does something stupid and almost drowns to death. Meh.
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this will be the second time I go to Cyril Hare because a List of recommended reading told me a certain book would be a good ...
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This picks right up where book 3 (Death Defying) left off with the Blood Hunter going into the black hole to escape their pur...
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This is, I believe, Ms. Ellis' first published book, though its original title was Mask Wars. This book introduces us to DI...
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and here we are - now that I’ve read the story called ‘The Sergeant’s Cat’, I can tell you a bit about the sergeant’s cat. sh...
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“Right,” De Gier said. “Here’s your beer and here’s your gin and here’s my coffee.” “Is there cognac in your coffee?” Grijps...
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Audience: Adult Format: Audiobook Library Copy Louis Creed, who had lost his father at three and who had never known a g...
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Agatha Christie is undoubtedly the world’s best-selling mystery author, hailed as the “Queen of Crime,” with worldwide sales ...
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I didn't make my reading goal this year and in fact, read the fewest books in a year since 2011. This was due to just life an...
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Ugh. If I believed the publisher's hype that this is among the best that Japanese crime fiction has to offer, I'd be done wi...
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A little girl plays in her room, showing the reader the various activities she does through the day-- puppets, reads stories,...
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Uhm, does anyone know in which time period this is set in? This novel has been published in 1949, but the gaslightning in the...
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I received this book in for review from Flame Tree Press. I’m going to do my best this year to read as many new ladies of hor...
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I'm feeling sad because my gorgeous boy, Jackson, has been diagnosed with brain cancer. He's 13 1/2 years old, and is at the ...