Posts Tagged: e.m. epps

Reading notes, week 38

September 20: The Deniability of Danishes by E.M. Epps. Prequel to Cold Sandwiches and All, though it can stand on its own quite well. More religion in this one, more politics in the other. Almost everybody is nice, a breeze of fresh air compared to some other things I’ve been reading. Terrible Hours, High Stress,

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Reading notes, week 37

(Not nearly enough reading this week because choirbooks & services & kitchen demolishment.) September 14: Das doppelte Lottchen by Erich Kästner. Old favourite. Somehow it goes a lot faster than I remembered! My German still works: I had to look up 4 words that I could figure out from context (like “this is a meat

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Reading notes, week 50

Currently reading: Complete with Shipwreck by E.M. Epps. Three or perhaps four pages of cast-of-characters in small type, which would be easier on paper for purposes of looking up, so I don’t look them up as often as would be wise with such a huge cast of characters. It’s slow going, long and intricate and

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Reading notes, week 43

October 30: Paladin’s Strength by T. Kingfisher. Oh wow. Oh my. It’s a good thing it’s got an abstract cover because any figurative cover would be a spoiler. (Well, a gnole driving a mule-drawn wagon, perhaps.) It’s even more on the edge of horror than most of T. Kingfisher’s books, and I’m glad some people

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Reading notes, week 42

Octoner 19: The Deniability of Danishes by E.M. Epps. How Lucien Benedict’s parents met. Wonderful! October 18: Terrible Hours, High Stress, Bad Jokes by E.M. Epps. How the king of Atlantide gets his research secretary. Oh wow, I like Koszkiewicz. It’s Patreon-only. Cold Sandwiches and All by E.M. Epps. This is the kind of romance

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Book backlog, part 1: E.M. Epps

I acquired quite a lot of books lately and promised all of the writers to write at least a little bit about it (and will probably edit all the little bits later to post to Goodreads as reviews; I don’t do Amazon). I don’t have the energy right now to give every book its own

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