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Reading notes, week 24

June 13: The Art of Effective Dreaming by Gillian Polack. (I want to read more by Gillian Polack! I want to read EVERYTHING by Gillian Polack!) Oh wow. It starts slowly, and doesn’t pick up much speed along the way, but that’s not a bad thing at all! The protagonist is very relatable, with all

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Reading notes, week 25

June 25: The Witness for the Dead by Katherine Addison. … Wow. It’s a low-key mystery novel, and the background is so rich and intricate, even more than The Goblin Emperor because we see much more of the world. And full of genuinely good people (and some bad people too but they get their just

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The Goblin Emperor

Katherine Addison, The Goblin Emperor If I’d realised –I almost wrote “if I’d known” but I did know, sort of– that Katherine Addison was Sarah Monette I’d never have picked up this book, because Sarah Monette under that name mostly writes much darker than I like. And I’d have been so wrong. The Goblin Emperor

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