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Bending the Landscape by Nicola Griffith
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Jul 09, 2012

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bookshelves: queer, anthologies, fantasy
Read from July 01 to 07, 2012

A solid anthology. No total clunkers, but not too many stunners either. Just a lot of solid stories. I'm curious to read the science fiction collection to see if I like it better. I really enjoyed the first seven stories, as well as the Leslie What and BJ Thrower pieces. After that it blurred together a bit. I'm happy that this series exists, though.
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Kelly H. (Maybedog) I had both for a long time and never was able to get into either. I'd start a story and get bored.


Sarah I think it gets some points from me just for what it represents.


Kelly H. (Maybedog) Good point.


message 4: by Miriam (new)

Miriam I liked Griffith's mystery The Blue Place but haven't tried her science fiction.


Sarah I highly recommend Ammonite.


Kelly H. (Maybedog) The Blue Place is five. One of my favorite science fiction books is hers, Slow River so I highly recommend it.


message 7: by Miriam (new)

Miriam Kelly wrote: "The Blue Place is five. One of my favorite science fiction books is hers, Slow River so I highly recommend it."

Five what?


Kelly H. (Maybedog) Oops, I meant "fine." Damn autocorrect.


Sarah I think my mother said she loved both The Blue Place and Slow River.


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