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The Book of Lies (Brad Meltzer)

This book had me skeptical at first. What on earth does Superman have to do with the Biblical story of Cain and Abel?  Those dual storylines are intertwined in Brad Meltzer’s latest novel, The Book of Lies [LibraryThing / WorldCat]. … Continue reading

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Ready for Winter

Here in the Pacific Northwest, the leaves are falling by the wheelbarrow and a chill is in the air. Time to start collecting things to read like squirrels collecting nuts. I always have bookmarks in several books at once, and … Continue reading

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Endymion Spring (Matthew Skelton)

Every now and then I glance at a list of fiction titles for kids and young adults hoping to pluck out something interesting. That’s how I ended up reading Matthew Skelton’s Endymion Spring [LibraryThing / WorldCat] during a few rainy … Continue reading

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The Book of Fate (Brad Meltzer)

Maybe a half dozen novels make their way into my stack each year. While I’m mostly NF, I still enjoy a good story now and then. It’s good to explore an imaginary world for a while, compare it to the … Continue reading


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