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Finding Serenity by Jane Espenson
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Apr 15, 2009

it was ok
bookshelves: literary-criticism, science-fiction-and-fantasy
Read in April, 2009

As one might expect the essays range all over the place in terms of quality and approach and many of them fall a bit flat. Probably not worth paying full price for even if you are a serious Browncoat. But pick it up used or check it out of the library and read the ones that seem interesting? Sure. Just don't expect every one to be shiny.

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Katie I enjoyed this book. The one I remember the most is the criticism of the use of Chinese (the language) and Chinese culture in the series, given the complete absense of any Asian actors. But I liked all of it.

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