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Reviews: June 20

Fearing the Black Body:  The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia by Sabrina Strings This was a little more on the academic side in terms of readability, but it really showed the change in ideas of fatness from being healthy and … Continue reading

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Reviews: June 1

Books The Pandora Room by Christopher Golden Ever since I read Ararat, I’ve been waiting for another Golden novel like it, and the fact that this is kind of a sequel to it with the same main characters made me … Continue reading

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Reviews: March—May 3

I’ve been reading, I swear, but things have gotten busy and reviews have fallen by the wayside. But! I have books to review so here we go. Books Sissy by Jacob Tobia This…I really thought I’d written a review for … Continue reading

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Reviews: 2/6-2/28

The Plotters by Un-Su Kim This was a great slow-burn Korean crime fiction. It’s a character study with some interesting action. I really loved this one and pan to buy it one day. I’m definitely interested in more by this … Continue reading

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Review: The Silent Patient

The Silent Patient started out amazingly. We have a very violent murder, a woman who won’t (or can’t) speak, and a therapist who is dying to find out what happened, to make Alicia talk. Where the book fails for me … Continue reading

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Reviews: 1/1-1/22

Calm the Fuck Down by Sarah Knight This book is a sort of self-help guide for anxiety that occurs around everyday life.  It’s a testament to her previous books and my own mental state that I didn’t need these lessons … Continue reading

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Reviews: 12/11-12/31

The Body in the Library Agatha Christie This isn’t the first Agatha Christie I’ve read, or the first Miss Marple story, but it was crucial to me writing a fic this past year, so I thank it very much for … Continue reading

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Reviews: 12/1-12/10

Blood Water Paint Joy McCullough This was an interesting novel in verse that told the story of Artemisia Gentileschi, an Italian painter. It gets very heavy, dealing with her rape and the trial that follows it, but in the end … Continue reading

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Reviews: 11/2-11/30

Rough Justice Alex Ross This was a good art book, especially if you’re interested in sketch art and process work. There are some beautiful sketches in there that aren’t just Kingdom Come. It’s definitely worth a look if you like … Continue reading

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Reviews: 10/15-11/1

The House With Chicken Legs Sophie Anderson This was a really cute book about the granddaughter of a Baba Yaga. She doesn’t want to be a Yaga, even though it’s her destiny. So when her Baba goes through the veil, … Continue reading

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Reviews: 8/21-10/14

I haven’t been reading as much as I’d like to over these last few month, whether because of other projects, vacations, or general depression.  Finally, I’ve pulled these reviews together to give you an idea of what I have been … Continue reading

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Reviews: 8/6-8/20

Hangman by Daniel Cole This was the sequel to Ragdoll, last year’s debut. It was just as intense and page-turning as the first one. I actually read it about the end of July, but I forgot to log it then. … Continue reading

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Reviews: 8/1-8/5

The Outsider by Stephen King I was really impressed at how good this book was. It’s probably the closest thing to a standard police procedural King has ever written, which is probably why I enjoyed it so much. It’s a … Continue reading

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Reviews: 7/16-7/31

Bone Game by Louis Owens I read Bone Game after seeing it on a indigenous reading list. It’s about a centuries-old mystery, prophetic dreams, and new murders. The author himself is Cherokee-Choctaw-Irish and his lead character is Choctaw-Irish. It’s an … Continue reading

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Reviews: 7/1-7/15

No, you didn’t skip a page.  It’s been almost a month since I last did reviews, but I was in the middle of a reading slump, so bear with me. There’s not a lot of books (these were spread out … Continue reading

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