Review a Book Badly: Wicked Bronze Ambition

So, I'm currently drowning in day job work. So it's really good that I still had one pre-written blog post sitting in my archive. I'll write more when I have space to breathe again. Also, if you're wondering, the title for the reviews - Review a Book Badly - comes from twitter hashtag games like …

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Review a Book Badly: Gilded Latten Bones

Wind Takes Centre Stage, P.I. Feels Replaced, and the Mystery of the Missing Quality     There is a difference between a bad book and a book that is not good. Gilded Latten Bones – the thirteenth book in Glen Cook’s Garrett, P.I. fantasy noir series – is the latter. That is not to say, …

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Contrast, Foreshadowing, Mood, Ice and Fire

Something that’s been driving me nuts in the A Song of Ice and Fire fandom lately is all the jokes about how George R.R. Martin includes so many food descriptions because he is fat. Somehow, fans have convinced themselves that those two things go together – because “obviously” writers who aren’t stick figures can’t possibly …

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