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Top Ten Books I Read In 2014

The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson has an awesome math-based magical system (geometry in particular), and I can’t wait for the next one. The Giant Slayers by Iain Lawrence is an excellent piece of story-telling, and really brought the time when … Continue reading

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Top Ten Classics I Want To Read

The Odyssey, Homer: I’ve read The Iliad, and I’ve read the first two pages or so of The Odyssey, but the Reedie in me really wants to read the rest. Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens: I’ve read the first half twice, … Continue reading

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Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far This Year

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Find out more about this meme at The Broke and the Bookish. Shadowplay by Laura Lam is the spectacular sequel to Pantomime. The continued development of Micah’s gender identity and the blossoming romance make this … Continue reading

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Alphabet Soup

I recently came across the Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge, and when I first saw the title, my mind jumped to the alphabet soup of sexual and gender identity labels. Oh, that’s a cool challenge, I thought. You have to read … Continue reading

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Top Ten Most Unique Books I’ve Read

… maybe the MC was really different, maybe it was the way it was written, a very unique spin on a genre or topic, etc. The difficulty in creating this list has been deciding if a book is unique to … Continue reading

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Top Ten Books On My Spring 2014 TBR List

I think I did pretty well on my Winter TBR list, though I didn’t manage everything. And here it is, time for another. The seasons just keep marching on by. So, my Spring TBR list, which should see me out … Continue reading

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Top Ten Things On My Reading Wishlist

The notes for today’s topic explain that “if you could make authors write about these things you would,” and further specify that it “could be a specific type of character, an issue tackled, a time period, a certain plot, etc.” … Continue reading

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