Tortall and Other Lands

My fifth book for the Speculative Fiction Challenge is Tortall and Other Lands by Tamora Pierce. This is a collection of short stories, most of which had been previously published but a few were new. Thankfully I had only read two of the stories before so most of the anthology was new to me. Tamora […]

Ascend

Up to book four for the Speculative Fiction Challenge!  Ascend by Amanda Hocking is the final book in the Trylle Trilogy. I’ve really enjoyed reading this trilogy and the final book wrapped up the story well. I’m disappointed to read on her blog that she isn’t planning on writing more in this world, I’d like […]

Torn

My third book for the Speculative Fiction Challenge is Torn by Amanda Hocking. This is the 2nd book in the Trylle Trilogy and starts up right where the first one ended. In some series you could pick up any book in the series and read it and enjoy the book on it’s own— this is […]

Switched

My second book for the Speculative Fiction Challenge is Switched by Amanda Hocking. The books blurb: Switched – the first book in the Trylle Trilogy… When Wendy Everly was six years old, her mother was convinced she was a monster and tried to kill her. It isn’t until eleven years later that Wendy discovers her […]

Counter-Clock World

My first book for the Speculative Reading Challenge is Counter-Clock World by Philip K. Dick. This is my first Philip K. Dick novel and it was very interesting and fun to read but completely bizarre. Time has started to run backwards, the dead come back to life, everyone’s age is reversing until small babies get […]

I’ve gone crazy…

I’ve decided to sign up for another book challenge! I’m signing up for the Speculative Fiction Challenge 2011 hosted by Floor to Ceiling  Books. While looking through titles to read for the Stephen King and Mystery and Suspense Challenges I kept coming across other books that I’ve been wanting to read— most of which fell […]

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