Tag Archives: Nebula Awards

Reading The Windup Girl

Since Paolo Bacipgalupi’s The Windup Girl is independently published, I submitted this review to the Spectrum Circus, which collects such things. You can read my review here. If you’re looking for a quick breakdown of what I thought of the … Continue reading

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Reading Flesh and Fire

I should start off by saying that I don’t love fantasy. To set the bar for you, I’m someone who has never read The Lord of the Rings. Let me clarify: I’ve never finished reading The Lord of the Rings. … Continue reading

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Nebula Awards

I’m a little behind schedule on this, but the Nebula Awards ceremony took place two weeks ago. Now, I’ve read four of the six nominees and I’m 85% of the way through the fifth, if my Kindle isn’t steering me … Continue reading

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Reading Boneshaker

Do you like zombies? Do you like your zombies historical? How about alternative historical? Say, around the civil war-era, if it had lasted twenty years. Except you’re in Seattle. If that sort of thing floats your boat, then Cherie Priest’s … Continue reading

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Reading Finch

Finch was my first review for the Spectrum Circus. Rather than posting a new review, I’m going to link to that one. Hopefully this will tide you over while the Abigail’s Birthday post and/or posts are still brewing.

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Spectrum Circus

You can add this to the list of things that are entirely Jessica‘s fault. She made the point that I’m reading and reviewing books anyway, so I might as well be involved with the Spectrum Circus, which happened to be … Continue reading

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Reading The Love We Share Without Knowing

I found myself without another BFSA Award nominee to read until the shipping gets shipped, so I decided to start in on the Nebula Award nominees. I’d already read The City and The City, the only book nominated for both … Continue reading

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