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Thief of Camorr

Katharine likes to think she’s a Sky Pirate and that takes up most of her time. When she isn’t treasure hunting, she’s writing or playing video games and wishing Doctor Who and Farscape were real.

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Winter Be My Shield
Jo Spurrier
Neil Gaiman
Splashdance Silver (Mocklore Chronicles)
Tansy Rayner Roberts
The Lost World
Arthur Conan Doyle

My Own Kind of Freedom: A Firefly Novel

My Own Kind of Freedom: A Firefly Novel - Steven Brust Everyone is so incredibly in-character - this really is just like an actual episode. The author is quite good at his craft, and I wish there were more to read.

Heir of Night (Wall of Night 1)

The Heir of Night - Helen Lowe I've given it a month, and now I'm giving up.Though this is not Lowe’s first work, it is her first entry in the fantasy genre. It’s a tale riding on the weight of honour and the demands that must be made when you have promised your life to a certain purpose. Undertones similar to Lord of the Rings are evident, though the naming of things leaves a little to be desired (Raptor of Darkness, darkspawn, then the stark contrast of ‘Yorindesarinen’) and the tropes are heavily in favour of regular fantasy fare.Review continued here: http://sentientonline.net/?p=3474

Ready, Set, Novel!: A Workbook

Ready, Set, Novel!: A Workbook - Lindsey Grant, Tavia Stewart-Streit, Chris Baty Another gem from the Office of Letters and Light. I need to buy another so I can keep one in perfect quality and another to write in!

Fed (Newsflesh Trilogy #1.5)

Fed (Newsflesh Trilogy #1.5) - Mira Grant Really quite interesting. Very awesome of the author to have shared this.

Countdown: A Newsflesh Novella

Countdown - Mira Grant Very short, but effective.

Glitches (Lunar Chronicles, #0.5)

Glitches (Lunar Chronicles, #0.5) - Marissa Meyer Quite good short that introduces a few extra bits of information to the Lunar Chronicles world.

The House That Sailed Away (Red Fox Funny Stories)

The House That Sailed Away (Red Fox Funny Stories) - PAT HUTCHINS I read this book as a child, and never since have I read something so completely DIFFERENT - nothing could ever match what this author has thought up.The characters are true to life - ugly, annoying, yet human. A fantastic read.

The Bear Nobody Wanted

The Bear Nobody Wanted - Janet Ahlberg, Allan Ahlberg A story from the eys of a bear who thinks he's pretty fantastic. Sadly, he is treated as this is not so. The book has a happy ending though, so don't worry.In this book we see war from the eyes of the bear, children, and olde England. A fantastic book from my childhood - the thought of this book being forgotten and the next generation not getting to read it makes me sad, this is a book that really needs to be shared.

45 & 47 Stella Street Hb (A little ark book)

45 + 47 Stella Street And Everything That Happened - Elizabeth Honey As you can see from the image, the story starts on the front cover. Everything about this book is fantastic, the characters are well defined - it's such a good story to grow up with. I probably wouldn't like reading as much as I do now, if not for this book when I was younger.

Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths

Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths - Bernard Evslin, William Hofmann A fantastic view into the lesser known characters. I adore the story of Petrelli, and I won't say any more than that.

48 Shades of Brown

48 Shades of Brown - Nick Earls Not as good as some of his other work, but still worth a read and it'll get a few laughs :)

Firefly: The Official Companion: Volume One

Firefly: The Official Companion Volume One - Joss Whedon, Abbie Bernstein The perfect edition to something we could never get enough of.

Firefly: The Official Companion: Volume Two

Firefly: The Official Companion Volume Two - Joss Whedon, Abbie Bernstein Possibly better than the first, or maybe only because my favourite episodes were in here.All I can say is, WE NEED MORE!


Vampyrrhic - Simon Clark Quite surprising - at the start you don't see how it's going to continue at all.In short, I loved it.

The complete Peanuts vol. 4 - Dal 1957 al 1958

The complete Peanuts vol. 4 - Dal 1957 al 1958 - Charles M. Schulz Linus grows up so fast.


Shadowplay - Christina Z;Ashley Wood I bought it for Ben Templesmith and in that I was right. Although Ashley Wood's art style is nice, I just didn't like the story, sadly. Ben though, as always makes up for it all.