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Robin Ince frequently visits all kinds of charity shops all over the UK and came across some very weird books.

The book is split between the perspectives of three main characters, Sue, Elaine a fraud investigator and Jack a programmer. Sep 20,8: I series, but I think it was still a little schreckehstein too early. First of all, I don’t really see the point of releasing an already digital comic strip as an ebook.

It’s also very hard to empathize with the main character, because he feels somehow inconsistent. Geflsher book had me laughing out loud every other page, even though I suspect I missed a lot of the literary references. However I might have to reread at least part of the series, I seem to have forgotten quite a few details over the last year or so. In the footnotes this reaches a whole new level. My brother is a Moorcock fan, so I’ve tried several books but apparently I just don’t “get” him.

Thanks for clarifying what you meant! Some of the plot twists are a bit too obvious in the case of the final twist perhaps intentionally sobut it doesn’t really hurt the story.

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Wedge’s Gamble by Michael A. I’m usually not a big reader of horror, mostly because I somehow find it harder to suspend disbelief in this genre than for example in fantasy. It’s one of the many, many books that feature a group ubrg teenagers solving crimes, which seem to have made up a large part of my early reading.


It’s different from the rest of the series, since the protagonist isn’t the actual Thursday Next, but the Thursday Next who plays her in the Thursday Next novels geflstter the BookWorld, who originally only appeared in the fifth book but then took over the rest of the series after the Thursday Next who played Thursday Next in the first four books died Perhaps Abercrombie is a little bit too fond of catchphrases, his characters use them constantly Say one thing about Logen Ninefingers, say he is Overall, I got three great and one not-so-great books from SantaThing this year.

First, the scientific explanation for the superpowers doesn’t go any further than a diffuse connection to string theory “pulling at the strings of the universe” which is a bit disappointing, especially since string theory is even referenced in the title.

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All his whining and total incompetence in everything really got on my nerves. Everything working again though, so I’ll better start bringing this thread up to date! Lots and lots of puns. Halting State by Charles Stross This book starts with a bank robbery, and Sue Smith, detective in the Edinburgh police is called in to investigate. Solo Command by Schreckensstein Allston While the first four novels of the X-Wing series focus on Rogue Squadron, the next three feature the newly formed sister squadron, the Wraiths.

I’d have liked a bit more details about the setting, it might have helped with the slightly depressing bleakness I felt about this story. He is pretty inventive and has the huge well of Forgotten Realms lore to draw from and add to.

It’s not that it’s bad, my expectations were probably just very high after hearing the author talk about writing so much. Not quite as good as the first half, schreckensteib it still had it’s moments. Because I read them in rather quick succession, I’m combining them into one post.


I read several of his better known works as a child and long wanted to try to read the whole series in order. The plot meanders around, with several subplots which are never fully resolved, flahbacks which leave too much unsaid Ahf re-introduces a few characters from previous books and the plot is in parts very similar to The Crystal Shardhis first Forgotten Realms book.

Sadly, it didn’t really work for me for a variety of reasons: Of course this has nothing feflster do with the traditional football rivalry between England and Germany they seem to take that a lot more serious than most of us: Snuff by Terry Pratchett After the last few Discworld books Making Money and Unseen Academicals especially I was a bit worried that Pratchett’s writing ability was suffering from his illness, but this is probably one of my favorite Discworld novels yet.

I didn’t receive a copy, but the ebook was only 99 cents on Amazon so I got it anyway. This book on the other hand is among the worst reads I remember.

Bite Me by Christopher Moore I love Moore’s humour and the sometimes bizarre characters he creates, but while this book has plenty of that, there are also a few weak points. The book is basically a diary, with a lot of interesting anecdotes.

In this case, I think it’s quite unlikely that a 11 year-old in Germany, aroundwould claim that some herb reminded him of eucalyptus, a plant that wasn’t introduced to Europe until a few centuries later. Moore’s writing style has really grown on me and he manages to bring the history of all these places to life, while still keeping the book funny.