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Small Change : book 2 In 1949, eight years after the “Peace with Honor” was negotiated between Great Britain and Nazi Germany …

Hild by Nicola Griffith

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Book 1 of The Light of the World trilogy. The world is always changing, but Britain in the seventh century was a …

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Lord Blackheart is, as you might suspect from the name, an evil villain. The biggest name in supervillainy! and one day a …

Apex Magazine Cover art by Emma Rios

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I’m terrible at reading magazines I have discovered. I have a subscription to Apex and I don’t think I’ve read more than …

The ransom of Dond by Siobhan Dowd

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Illustrated by Pam Smy Darra lives on the island of Inniscaul is a small island off the coast of Eriu, or Ireland. …

Among others by Jo Walton

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Read for the Once Upon a Time VI challenge Many, many moons ago Carl posted his review of this book. And then …

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a monster callsEvery night Conor O’Malley has the nightmare. Every night. But tonight something is different. Tonight there is a new monster. A new nightmare. And Conor isn’t sure if this is a dream or not. But either way, this is the monster he was fearing. This monster, the yew tree, tells him that it will tell him three stories. And then Conor will tell the monster a story. A true story. And if he doesn’t, then the monster will eat him alive.