Buried In Print

I read. A lot. When I'm not reading, I'm often thinking about what I could be reading. When I am reading, I'm often thinking about what I'll be reading next. Sometimes the idea of reading is almost as good as reading and then I'm making booklists about what I will read someday. But later I'll be reading. I'm Buried In Print.

October 2016
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June 2016
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reviewed: Catherine Cooper's White Elephant (2016)
A white elephant was historically bestowed as a burden which had the outward appearance of a gift; a courtier charged with it...
White Elephant - Catherine Cooper
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reviewed: Joni Murphy's Double Teenage (2016)
Celine and Julie are negotating the borders of girlhood, wandering back and forth across dotted lines and territories both mo...
Double Teenage - Joni Murphy
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In the middle of her long, incense-soaked wedding ceremony, Lara Kulicz amuses herself by creating a philosopher's alphabet, ...
Country of Red Azaleas - Domnica Radulescu
You see he does not believe I am sick! And what can one do? If a physician of high standing, and one´s own husband, assures f...
Ah, happiest of sighs. I think everyone knows my obsession with Neil Gaiman at this point. Which is why, even though I've alr...
My pick for the "Beach, sand or sun on the cover" square is Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. And since I had two books that I did not ...
June 2016
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reviewed: Ian Colford's Perfect World (2016)
Ian Colford's work has been shortlisted for the Journey Prize, and his first published work was a collection of stories. It's...
Perfect World (Freehand Books) - Ian Colford
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reviewed: Nadia Bozak's Thirteen Shells (2016)
It's with a subtle touch, but Nadia Bozak solidly roots the reader in time and place. This is not an easy task, because She...
Thirteen Shells - Nadia Bozak
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