The Thorn Birds review

  bookshelves: challenging-literature, classics, historical-fiction,favorites, gut-wrenching Recommended to Dustin by: Shell Recommended for: everyone should read it, if only for the historical aspects Rating: 4/5 stars   There is a legend about a bird which sings just once in its life, more sweetly than any other creature on the face of the earth. From the moment it leaves the nest it […]

The Heart of Owl Abbas review

  bookshelves: fantasy, favorites, short-stories Recommended for: Holly Rating: 5/5 stars A tor.com exclusive, available for free HERE:https://www.tor.com/2018/04/11/the-he… The gains and losses of its citizenry had been gradual. Its resentments and injustices oozed like moisture down the dank wall of a forgotten reservoir, unremarked by either the clustered, crushing commonality or the Little Emperor, cloyed and gorged in his […]

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The Bazaar of Bad Dreams (review)

  bookshelves: horror, short-stories, fantasy, favorites Recommended for: Teresa Jean Tuck Rating: 5/5 stars   Introduction Stephen King’s introductions have always fascinated me. They serve a purpose, they aren’t just filler. Naturally, they had a different feel than his stories, but I’m still in the presence of King and he and I are engaged in meaningful conversation. But unlike most […]