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Jun 11

Book Review: The Luminaries

The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton This book takes place in New Zealand during the gold rush of the mid nineteenth century, a time and place I know almost nothing about. It begins when a young man stumbles to shore, frightened by a horrifying spectre he has seen on the ship. He picks the first hotel …

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Apr 09

Book Review: The 48 Laws of Power

The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene I was basically told that I HAD to read this book, and not just read it, but study it. I was expecting something different, more of a how-to succeed book written by some over-confident millionaire, not something so heavily grounded in classical histories. The chapters are divided …

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Aug 06

Faerie Killer: Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten   Not many people outside of the Guild knew that the ironically named “Rat Cellar” was actually the most popular vampire hangout in Seabingen. It took up the entire third floor of one of Pepperwoods’ tallest buildings. The club was open only to vampires, and had very short hours. The club fees weren’t …

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