Ragnarok : the end of the gods by


    1. I read Pullman's "The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ" in this series, which i didn't enjoy as much of this. That was interesting and humourous, but not half as great as this one :)
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  1. I'm bummed that they don't have this at my library! Several years ago I went through a Byatt phase and read lots of her work; I especially loved Possession, though I glanced through it a little while ago and wondered if I'd still like it. She's an intensely thoughtful writer and I like that about her–in fact, I'm bowled over by her skill and depth, honestly. I'll keep trying back to see if they get this in, or I'll make a request. My ears perk up whenever you express huge enthusiasm for a book. :)
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    1. I don't think I've read anything else by her, not that I can recall. I do want to read the Children's Book, is that what the title is, as I've heard good things about that one.

      Hope you enjoy it if your library every gets it :)
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