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Book of December 24, 2009
Vivid and exciting SF by and for the meaning of books, with characters not all white and not all straight.
Book of December 15, 2009
Steampunk + genetic engineering + August 1914 + girl-in-disguise = gripping, ripping yarn.
Book of November 27, 2009
My teenage associate said, "This was written by an adult who pays attention, and who remembers what it's like."
Book of November 8, 2009
High summer at Yosemite, from the animals' point of view.
Book of November 6, 2009
There are too many trucks, and the trucks are too big.
Book of October 14, 2009
A Memorable History of England, comprising all the parts you can remember, including 103 Good Things, 5 Bad Kings and 2 Genuine Dates. 75th anniversary edition, with new copyright-enhanced illustrations by Steven Appleby.
Book of October 3, 2009
Brothers fighting magical foes, with enough twists for a corkscrew factory. “Supernatural” fans, you will *love* this: it’s not SPN with the serial numbers filed off, but the emotional dynamic will be *very* familiar to you.