Tag Archives: RIP-worthy

A Torch Against the Night, by Sabaa Tahir

Because this is a second book in a series, I’m not going to talk about the story itself. I don’t want to give away book or series spoilers. Instead, this’ll just be a mini-review of my experience of the book. … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – Wrapping Up RIP XI

I didn’t have much of a plan for RIP this year. I knew things would be chaotic and sporadic since we were in the process of moving. When I made up my original list of RIP-possibilities, I had no idea … Continue reading

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The Girl with All the Gifts, by MR Carey (audio)

I don’t know when exactly this book came to my attention. It was released a few years back, but I only really remember hearing about it this year, when people started raving about it. I glanced at the GoodReads description … Continue reading

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The Masquerading Magician, by Gigi Pandian (audio)

Since this is the second book in a series, I’m going to refrain from discussing the plot and simply refer back to the first book, The Accidental Alchemist, for anyone who is interested in storyline. In fact, I’m going to … Continue reading

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The Trespasser, by Tana French (audio)

Antoinette Conway is nearly done with the Dublin Murder Squad. The harassment has gotten to the breaking point, and Conway can hardly tell who is and isn’t out to get her anymore. The case that’s handed down to her and … Continue reading

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Crooked Kingdom, by Leigh Bardugo (audio)

Crooked Kingdom is the followup to Six of Crows. As far as I’m aware, this is a two-book series and there won’t be further volumes. (There are, however, some indications that there might be more books coming in this world … Continue reading

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The Creeping Shadow, by Jonathan Stroud (audio)

Book 4 in the Lockwood & Co series. This review will have minor spoilers from previous books but no spoilers from this volume. So this book begins a few months after the abrupt end of The Hollow Boy. Lucy is … Continue reading

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