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Holly Best
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Taking over the world, one SF book critique at at time.
Taking over the world, one SF book critique at at time.

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Lemonade Easy: A Review of Rogue Protocol, Martha Wells
--> It's  early - the sun having risen hours before still looms lightly
in the sky, casting a waning summer glow to the trees beyond my windowpane. The
house sleeps around me while I quietly sip my coffee, glancing to the splayed
edition of the next Murderb...
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Mothers: Less a review and more a thank you
The world is soft again. Newly born lime green leaves dance in the
wind, giving vibrancy to the very air I breathe. I drink in the green, as
I walk my boy to school, melancholy  because he doesn't want to hold my hand. It's a
bittersweet blessing, these day...
Mothers: Less a review and more a thank you
Mothers: Less a review and more a thank you
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Knowing When to Stop: A Review of Artemis by Andy Weir
Only 8 a.m. and the kid has wandered outside
eager to embrace the first sunny spring day.  I can feel the smack of the
soccer ball being smashed up against the fence wondering when the 20something
neighbours will kindly request him to lie in a little longer...
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Cast Away On Mystery Island: A Reboot of the SF Brain
Like my breakfast pairing
of coffee with jellybeans my recent reading weeks have been everything but
ordinary. Months of disenchantment with my book piles, I have rambled through
March/April holding resolute to obscure Agatha Christie short stories. With th...
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Revisit: A Review of A Wrinkle in Time,
Succumbing to trend, I am revisiting an old classic.The newly released Hollywood film adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time has led me to my third floor bookcase in search of my dusty copy. I must somehow identify with this book again, erase the earwig of Oprah h...
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Not Okay: A Discussion of Grief and the Books That Helped
Serendipitous factors always deliver the right book to the top of my reading stack.  A Man Called Ove  by Fredrik Backman, followed by Lois Metzger's YA novel, Change Places With Me   encapsulate the intensity of grief. Ove, a curmudgeon, surly enough to cl...
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When your favourite author, discusses her favourite author and you just kinda sigh
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Most of my shelves are filled with women writers and not by choice because they simply write good books
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