Dig up and eat Happiness


Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu's The Shadow Speaker Hyperion 2007 Yes, it was only two weeks ago that I was G is for Gushing about Hiromi Goto's Half World. And part of me is inclined to apologize because I'm about to Gush again, but the bigger part of me remains unapologetic: I just

Dig up and eat Happiness2014-03-09T15:20:27-05:00

And About Dragons


Alison Goodman's Eon: Dragoneye Reborn Penguin, 2009 "Women have no place in the world of the dragon magic. It is said they bring corruption to the art and do not have the physical strength or depth of character needed to commune with an energy dragon. It is also thought that

And About Dragons2014-03-09T15:11:36-05:00

Oh, The Kappa Child: read it!


Hiromi Goto's The Kappa Child Red Deer Press, 2001 The Kappa Child is definitely the Hiromi Goto novel that I'll be recommending most often, although I'm starting to get the feeling that this author is going to be of the sort that I enjoy so solidly that I end up

Oh, The Kappa Child: read it!2014-03-17T16:58:17-05:00
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