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Abigail Ann
Musician, Reader, Blogger
Musician, Reader, Blogger

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Review: Hearing Thoughts by Anthony Diffley
  Blurb Daniel Burke is a young
New York City Assistant DA currently prosecuting a man for the murder of
his wife. Even though her body was never found, there is enough
circumstantial evidence to bring him to trial. Danny has his own doubts
about whethe...

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Review: The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde
Blurb Foundling Jennifer
Strange 15 is an indentured manager for Kazam, a house of sorcerers. As
magic dwindles, so do their jobs. Drain cleaner is cheaper than a spell,
and magic carpets deliver pizzas. But the Last Dragon is set to die
this week, and ...

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Review: Pretty Is by Maggie Mitchell
Blurb   Everyone thought we were dead. We were missing for nearly two months; we were twelve. What else could they think? They
were glad to have us back, of course. But nothing was the same. It was
as if we had returned from the dead, as if we were tainte...

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I'm in Top 1% of Reviewers on Goodreads!
Picked up an e-mail this morning with this in it: Anyone else get one?

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Review: MARTians by Blythe Woolston
Blurb Last girl Zoë Zindleman,
numerical ID 009-99-9999, has just been graduated. Early. Her options:
wait for her home to be foreclosed and stripped of anything valuable now
that AnnaMom has moved away, or move to the Warren, an abandoned

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Feet of Clay by Terry Pratchett (A Review)
Goodreads Summary: There’s a werewolf with
pre-lunar tension in Ankh-Morpork. And a dwarf with attitude, and a
Golem who’s begun to think for itself. But Commander Vimes is more
concerned about the crime that’s happened. He’s got to find out not only

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Dragonsinger by Anne McCaffrey (A Review)
Blurb: Menolly arrived in triumph at the Harper Hall, aboard a bronze dragon. She had run away from home and lived in a cave, outrun the dread Threadfall, impressed nine fire lizards and written songs that pleased the Masterharper of Pern. But what was her ...

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Bout of Books: Day Three Update
Time devoted to reading I went away for a long weekend, during which I was able to do a little more reading than usual. I went to bed a little early last night and did a bit of extra reading. I also read for about half an hour before lunch today. All in all...

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Bout of Books Day Two: Book Spine Poetry
Welcome to my second day of the Bout of Books Readathon Updates, reviews etc. coming up soon but, in the meantime, here's book spine poetry: What is Book Spine Poetry? Take a minimum of 3 books put them in a pile to make a poem. Does it have to rhyme? No.  ...

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August Random Reads
My random read this month was number 226 out off 258 books on my 'I Want to Read' shelves (a combination of TBR and books I want to re-read). The winner is: The World of Poo by Terry Pratchett I'm quite please with this as its one of the few discworld books...
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