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Need More Bookshelves

So my office (where I do far too much of my reading, really) is rapidly being taken over by my books.


What I’ve Read Lately – Nov 2010 Edition

Doing another batch book comment / review since I’ve fallen so far behind again.


From Hell With Love by Simon R Green

From Hell With Love is the most recent book in Simon R Green’s “Secret Histories” series with the main character of Eddie Drood, aka Shaman Bond. It was also the second book I bought on my Kindle and I’ve been meaning to review this for a few days.


The Fuller Memorandum by Charles Stross

The Fuller Memorandum is the third Laundry Files book by Charles Stross, and the first book that I bought and read on my Kindle. It was chosen as my first Kindle purchase because I enjoyed the last two Laundry Files books greatly and didn’t want to wait until this third one came out in paperback […]

What I’ve Read Lately – Aug 2010 – Part 2

So this is a couple of days late… I got delayed writing this by the time it took to scribe the long Neverwinter screed that is sticky’d right now, by goofing around in DDO and Borderlands, by working in my garden and reading other books. But enough is enough, here is the second half of […]

What I’ve Read Lately – Aug 2010 – Part 1

Wherein I talk about what I’ve read lately, what of it I liked, what books I am looking forward to, and where’s my bloody Kindle?!?


The Saga of Seven Suns by Kevin J. Anderson

I just finished reading book five of “The Saga of Seven Suns” titled “Of Fire and Night”. The series is written by Kevin J. Anderson whose previously most famous works were the “Jedi Academy” trilogy in the Star Wars setting.


The Black Magician Trilogy by Trudi Canavan

I would like to start this off by saying that this is a series I likely would have read ages ago (the third one came out in paperback in ’04) except for one reason: the cover art stinks.


Three Days To Never by Tim Powers

I have been a fan of Tim Powers since I first encountered his writings in the the early 90s and Three Days To Never is the seventh book by Tim Powers that I have read.


The Kindaichi Case Files by Yozaburo Kanari & Fumiya Sato

If you are even passingly fond of manga, or interested in mysteries, this may be the best manga series you will never have a chance to read.

The Kindaichi Case Files are a series of mystery stories that have been coming out in Japan since the early 90s and continues to have new chapters and […]