science fiction

The Martian Chronciles was recommended to me by a bookstore coworker several years ago, and it’s been sitting on my shelf ever since — a perfect candidate for the TBR Pile Challenge. I enjoyed Fahrenheit 451 when I listened to it a while back, so I was looking forward to wandering into Bradbury’s world again. About […]

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After years of hearing fellow book bloggers rave about The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde and the Thursday Next books that follow it, I finally read the thing! Yay! About the Book: The Eyre Affair is a little hard to describe. It’s set around 1985 in what mostly resembles Great Britain. Certain key events in our […]

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Alright, guys. Remember when I said I was taking an indefinite break from reviewing? Well, I just read a book that made me change my mind. I came across Cel & Anna because the author, Lindsay Edmunds, is in my book group. It’s not the sort of book I usually pick up. But man, am I […]

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The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell was my book club’s pick for December. About the Book: 2060, Rome. Emilio Sandoz has returned from an interplanetary mission to Rakhat with mutilated hands and in a precarious mental state, the solitary survivor of his original team of eight. Back in the care of his mission sponsors, the […]

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Thoughts on “Feed” by M.T. Anderson

by Erin on July 4, 2011

I read the YA novel Feed by M.T. Anderson with my new informal IRL reading group. About the Book: I usually write my own summaries, but I really like the one from the back of the book, so I’m going to use it: “‘We went to the moon to have fun, but the moon turned […]

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