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Alif the Unseen
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Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson
Alif the Unseen
by G. Willow Wilson (Goodreads Author)
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At the Earth's Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Not the best thing Burroughs ever wrote, but fun to race through. Sort of like network TV. I was reading an early Saint novel at the same time, and liked how the dated styles/science/action compared and contrasted.
The Saint by Leslie Charteris
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Read as "The Saint Closes the Case" in a '60s edition. Dated and wordy, but still capable of cranking up the action. Don't think I need to read more of the series, but this one was fun.
The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2012 by Dan Ariely
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Good selection of articles. I generally skip around a bit in these collections, reading whatever catches my eye until I hit the last piece. I liked its variety of subject and tone, and thought the articles were grouped well.
The Best American Noir of the Century by James Ellroy
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The Best American Noir of the Century by James Ellroy
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When I Was Mortal by Javier Marías
When I Was Mortal
by Javier Marías
read in January, 2013
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Well written, but not amazing.
In the Sierra by Kenneth Rexroth
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Great collection of poems for anyone who has spent time in the Sierras. In my younger days, I took Leaves of Grass along on a motorcycle trip. The next time I make it up into the mountains, this one gets tossed into the pack.
Butcher Bird by Richard Kadrey
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Checking the Goodreads ratings, I see that this one ranks below the Sandman Slim books. I have to buck that trend -- if you're interested in Kadrey, I think this one is the place to start. If you like Butcher Bird, you'll like Sandman. If Bird sets y ...more
The Magicians by Lev Grossman
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A mixture of teenage angst and a sort of geek-magic. Well-written enough to rise above its concept, and hook me into reading the sequel. Recommend, but in a sort of guilty way.
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