September 2020 — A Wrap-Up

A lot took place in September by which I mean we decided to visit the northern part of the country as part of a family vacation. Take out the time we spent traveling and we had like ten days to have fun. So, you can guess I didn’t get much reading done. What I did…

September 2019 — A Wrap-Up

Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood and the Story of a Return by Marjane Satrapi I would have bought all the propaganda against the revolution. I really would have. Except for these two things. One, the author didn’t wasn’t heroic or patriotic, she came across as a petulant child. And what’s more, she showed no…

I Liked Archangel’s Shadows by Nalini Singh

I’ve noticed that the pattern’s changing for the books in this series. The previous one did feature Elena and Raphael as the lead couple. Yet, it also peeked at other relevant things that went on with other people. But in this one, we are shown an even broader view. Sure, we get Janvier and Ashwini’s…

September 2018 — A Wrap-Up

Equal Rites by Terry Pratchett Like the two previous books in this series, this one was hilarious! Pratchett continues to amaze me by dealing with huge issues like gender discrimination in his own unique way: “I can see you’ve been getting ideas below your station,” said Granny coldly. As always, the humor was exquisite. Consider…