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Reading notes, week 20

May 16: The Case of the Spellbound Child by Mercedes Lackey. It took me a while to realise it’s Hansel and Gretel, probably because there are two other subplots first, eventually irrelevant for the main plot. But it was satisfying, with only the villain turning out to be unlikeable (though some other people were a

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Rogue One

So we went. Hard to find a suitable showing: neither of us can handle 3D with our glasses, let alone the vertigo that it gives me, and we had to go at an impopular time. This was in fact a good thing, because the cinema wasn’t over-full (though the foyer was, with kids waiting for

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