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Bake Sale
3.93
really liked it
Is it just me, or is there something strange and cannibalistic about a cupcake selling zucchini bread to sentient vegetables? Or a package of sugar bu ...more
Sep 26, 2011
Sep 26, 2011
 
The Computer Connection
3.49
did not like it
Alfred Bester wrote The Stars My Destination and The Demolished Man, two must-reads for any serious fan of science fiction literature. They are classi ...more
Sep 18, 2013
Sep 18, 2013
 
Ex Machina, Vol. 1: The First Hundred Days (Ex Machina, #1)
3.91
really liked it
A radically different approach to the whole superhero concept...a man who suddenly gains great power, already trained in having great responsibility.. ...more
Jun 08, 2008
Jun 11, 2008
 
Huntress
3.78
liked it
I didn't like it as much as I liked Ash. I was enjoying the first 3/4 of the book, although I thought it was a bit much that so much of the book was a ...more
Jun 06, 2011
Jun 06, 2011
 
Hunter (Hunter, #1)
3.96
really liked it
This is a tough one to categorize, in terms of a genre, because it's both science fiction AND fantasy, in a dystopian, post-disaster future. The main ...more
May 05, 2015
May 05, 2015
 
After Death...
4.31
really liked it
After Death is an interesting anthology about death and what comes after. The editor compiled 30+ short stories, each with a unique take on the concep ...more
Oct 28, 2013
Oct 28, 2013
 
The Taking Tree: A Selfish Parody
3.94
did not like it
While I am not a huge fan of The Giving Tree, and thought that it was one of Silverstein's lesser books in many ways, I cannot in good conscience supp ...more
Feb 09, 2011
Feb 09, 2011
 
Xombies: Apocalypse Blues (Xombies, #1)
3.47
really liked it
The best parts of the story itself had very little to do with the zombies, spelled with an "X" for reasons that will become apparent to anyone who rea ...more
Dec 15, 2009
Dec 08, 2009
 
Of Dice and Men: The Story of Dungeons & Dragons and the People Who Play It
3.68
really liked it
While not exhaustively complete, this book is an excellent overview of the history and culture of fantasy role-playing games in American culture, focu ...more
Sep 09, 2013
Sep 09, 2013
 
Goth
4.01
really liked it
This is one of the creepiest crime/horror novels of all time. The author was surprised at the way it was received in Japan, where it has won at least ...more
Jan 04, 2009
Jan 05, 2009
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