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Jan 03

Book Review: Facing Violence

Facing Violence: Preparing for the Unexpected by Rory Miller I can’t say this book was notably different in quality than MEDITATIONS ON VIOLENCE, which I gave 5 stars, but I didn’t like this one as much. This book covers a lot of the same material as MEDITATIONS ON VIOLENCE, except that it has a brief …

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Dec 31

Book Review: The Gargoyle

The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson As with many books, there were things I liked very much about this novel, and other things I didn’t care for at all. The strength of this novel is in its passion, not just of the characters for one another but of the narrator with language. The prose borders on …

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Dec 31

Faerie Killer: Chapter Thirty

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Chapter Thirty All it took was a pair of bolt cutters on a padlock to get into the underground parking garage. The rows of “for lease” signs dotting the windows in most of the floors of the modest high-rise were a good sign, and Morales staked it out just to make sure there wasn’t an …

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Dec 24

Faerie Killer: Chapter Twenty-Nine

Chapter Twenty-Nine   When the doors opened, everyone froze. The organist began to play a march that caused the guests to scramble to their feet. Vax seemed to have chosen the side with all the taller people on it, because he had to crane his neck to see. He saw James first, holding a woman’s …

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Dec 21

Book Review: Among Others

Among Others by Jo Walton I listened to this as an audiobook, and enjoyed it so much that I found myself almost hoping that traffic would be bad so that I could listen just a litle longer. I think part of it is the narrator, who did a brilliant job with all the different accents …

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