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Mar 30,9: The English at the North Pole by Jules Verne I started reading Verne earlier this aur, but somehow stopped about halfway through this book because I was distracted by other books.

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Salvatore The Crystal Shard by R. Some of the stories are still good, “Big Brother Iron” is a nice take on and “Extracts from the Club Diary” is very funny. Jennifer Strange, an orphan working as an indentured servant for one of the last magical agencies, is suddenly the center of attention and her actions will determine the future of the UUK.

Some catching up to do I always felt that it ends a bit too soon, but I can’t really fault a book for making me like the characters so much that I want to know more about them. Quentin however is still looking for his great adventure and he finally finds it, although in the end he may find that it involves more than he bargained for.

I only finished it out of sheer bloody-mindedness. In this book he introduces some of the most interesting specimens from his collection, sorted by genre Christian gynaecologist romance doesn’t get it’s own chapter, because Sign of the Speculum is the only example Ince has found so far. I loved the book, but I had some trouble with the fact that it is written in second person.

The characters didn’t do much for me, but the writing is great and the plot kept me interested until the end. Glad to see someone is still reading this: Naked City edited by Ellen Datlow A collection of 20 urban fantasy stories and the city in which each story is set should be important to the story itself.


I couldn’t empathise with any of the characters and the story seemed formulaic and unoriginal to me. The ending is rather bleak, everybody gets what they deserve but none of those schreckensteinn are left have much of a reason to be happy about it.

That’s why I picked up my second football book in two weeks, and this one was a truly great read. Before They Are Hanged by Joe Abercrombie After the main characters finally met at the end of the first book they are separated again, with one of them involved in a siege and two others going on a “quest” to retrieve It’s really hard to empathize with any of the characters, however interesting they may be. He also helps the daughter of schrecmenstein local crimelord, who is trying to take back schreclenstein over the underworld from the men who took over from her father.

This first volume of his collected works is split into scyreckenstein quite distinctive parts. You decide to switch the light on My brother is a Moorcock fan, so I’ve tried several books but apparently I just don’t “get” him. Abercrombies world-building isn’t as detailed as I normally like it and a bit generic, but the book doesn’t suffer from it because the whole setting is really only there to serve as a backdrop for the fantastic, multi-faceted characters.

The eBook is available for free on Stross’ website. That one sounds interesting. So when it finally came out I was almost afraid to read it, because it might not live up to my expectations. Sep 20,8: This book isn’t so much an autobiography as a collection of vaguely autobiographical essays. Overall, in my opinion this isn’t a bad book, but it would have profitted from a good editor and perhaps a bit more proofreading.

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Das Phantom von Xchreckenstein by Oliver Hassencamp I haven’t read anything by this author before, but I heard excellent things about her work. The book has its funny moments, but overall it never really rises above mediocre. I hope I can catch up over the next few days Der schwarze Schwan von Schreckenstein by Oliver Hassencamp 8.


I used to play Monopoly quite a lot, so his Moore’s fascination with the game isn’t entirely alien to me. I’m more used to the German board – featuring only generic, made-up street names, but my grandfather had a pretty old UK edition, so this book was a nice trip down memory lane. I hope you’ll enjoy it, his books are among the best fantasy novels I’ve ever read! The book mainly covers the period in his life when he was struggling to move on from being the teenage star of Star Trek, being rejected at audition after audition, trying to support his wife and stepchildren.

Around the World in 80 Days by Michael Palin I rewatched a couple of Monty Python episodes over the last weeks, and somehow came across this book while scnreckenstein for Graham Chapman’s autobiography.

Not sure if I’ll continue the series.

Geheimcode Schreckenstein by Oliver Hassencamp There are two sequels, but I haven’t yet decided if I’ll give them another try. It’s pretty clear that Harry won’t stay a ghost, so it’s not a big surprise when he is brought back. He talks a lot about his books there, so I decided to give it a try.

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Sleepwalk With Me by Mike Birbiglia It feels a bit lazy to just write “See post 77” but it pretty much sums up my feelings on this book. Some books to add – I got a lot of reading done over the last weekend and this week, especially because I geflser have an internet connection for the last few days and, after my ISP tried to fix it, no telephone.

Faded Steel Heat After the war in the Cantard is over and the soldiers return, the human rights movement in TunFaire gains more and more power.