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Feb. 25th, 2017

2016/81: The Three -- Sarah Lotz
He also expressed concern that Jess could be an alien being, but I assured him that aliens don’t exist and he was more than likely dealing with a bad energy influx.[loc. 4863]

On a single December day, four planes crash in different parts of the world, resulting in the deaths of over a thousand people. There are just three survivors -- all children aged around six -- and The Three takes the form of a collection of interviews, news cuttings and transcripts of the coverage of those children (Bobby Small, Hiro Yanagida and Jessica Craddock) after the crash. somewhat spoilery )

2016 Books

Feb. 25th, 2017 09:57 am
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Finally finished last year's reviews!

76 books (my review numbering went haywire sometime in November), 55 by women.

My favourites:
The Watchmaker of Filigree Street -- Natasha Pulley
Exit, Pursed by a Bear -- Greer Gilman
Europe in Autumn and the rest -- Dave Hutchinson
Kingfisher -- Patricia McKillip
Glorious Angels -- Justina Robson
Golden Hill -- Francis Spufford
Raven Boys and the rest -- Maggie Stiefvater

All reviewed here -- find 'em via the read16 tag.

Onward into 2017!

I'm going to give Goodreads a go this year -- me on Goodreads -- review content will still be posted here and to my official book blog, and I'll still be using LibraryThing to track everything.

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