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Review: False Hearts by Laura Lam

Review: False Hearts by Laura Lam

I vaguely recall seeing FALSE HEARTS around when it came out last year, but I wrote it off b/c conjoined twins—just one of those things I have no patience for. If I hadn’t read and enjoyed Shattered Minds, I doubt I’d have ever picked this one up. But I did, so here we are. And […]

— Posted June 28, 2017 by Jessica / 3 Comments
Review and Squawk: The Dark Tower by Stephen King

Review and Squawk: The Dark Tower by Stephen King

So here’s the deal . . . THE DARK TOWER obliterated my long-running book funk. I read all ten of the original series graphic novels, then I read the five from the spinoff. FIFTEEN graphic novels. In like three days. Then I had to read the real thing. #cantstopwontstop Why? B/c after reading all FIFTEEN […]

— Posted June 16, 2017 by Jessica / 3 Comments
Bookfessional: Palette Cleansers

Bookfessional: Palette Cleansers

Bookfessional: Breaking the Funk If you couldn’t already tell based on my surplus of Bookfessionals over the last couple of weeks, I’m battling my annual mid-year(ish) book funk. Between my recent addiction to graphic novels, regular Netflixing, and the overwhelming ARC pile, recently, I’ve been uninterested in all things speculative fiction. On the bright side, […]

— Posted June 7, 2017 by Jessica / 8 Comments
Bookfessional: My House is a Maze of Books

Bookfessional: My House is a Maze of Books

Bookfessional: No Such Thing as Too Many Books Earlier this week, one of my husband’s coworkers posted this picture on Facebook and asked me if DH (Dear Husband) needed a project . . . You: Why’d he do that? Me: B/c DH has been telling tales. *flares nostrils* You: o.O Me: And b/c he may […]

— Posted June 2, 2017 by Jessica / 7 Comments
Bookfessional: Genres – Books vs. Screen

Bookfessional: Genres – Books vs. Screen

Bookfessional: I’ll Watch It, but I Won’t Read It Last week I stumbled across another Netflix original series: 3% That’s its title. 3%. I’m not quite finished, but before I started episode 1, I knew it was dystopian. And I watched it anyway. I mention this b/c I’d rather shave my head than read another […]

— Posted May 31, 2017 by Jessica / 4 Comments
Review: Elephants and Corpses by Kameron Hurley

Review: Elephants and Corpses by Kameron Hurley

Nev is a body mercenary, a kind of necromancer who actually inhabits the bodies he reanimates. And he doesn’t just reanimate them, he truly brings them back to life. The body. Not the (spirit of the) deceased. And he seems to revive them into better shape than they had ever been in their original incarnation. […]

— Posted May 26, 2017 by Jessica / 2 Comments
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