Category Archives: Fiction – Funny

Now with real textual support of my opinions: my review of Kim Harrison’s The Undead Pool.

The worst thing about this book is that it has this feeling of getting things ready for a big end-of-series climax (this is the penultimate book of The Hollows series).  There are way too many questions left at the end … Continue reading

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Review of Jasper Fforde’s The Woman Who Died A Lot (by Jill)

It occurred to me just now that this is the first Jasper Fforde book I’ve read since we started the blog.  Which means this is the first time I’ve had to write about a Jasper Fforde book.  Which makes me … Continue reading

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My Review of Christopher Moore’s Lamb: The Gospel according to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal (by Jill)

After many weeks of reading books by esteemed authors, many long dead, about subjects as diverse and often dismal (but beautifully written) as the collapse of families and marriages, Norweigan ladies who like to play with guns, and swamp-bound, incestuous … Continue reading

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Christopher Moore’s Sacre Bleu. Review by Jill

My personal goal for 2012 is to read sixty books.  Sacré Bleu is number thirty-one, putting me into the second half of my book goal right as the second half of the year starts.  This tidbit of information is likely … Continue reading

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