The Year of Shadows was, I think, a near miss for Book of the Month for GMGR a few years ago. I put it on my list anyway, sure that it would be picked soon… but so far, not. I
The Fourteenth Goldfish was the Goodreads Great Middle Grade Reads group’s Book of the Month for May. They didn’t have it in my library, so I asked for it. They eventually agreed, and only charged me the regular reservation fee.
Pair Alleles is book 4 in the wonderfully mind-bending Derivatives of Displacement series by Jennifer Ellis. We follow twins Abbey and Caleb, who are both ‘gifted’ – Abbey starts the series at around age 12 studying with the 16-18 year old
This was a Net Galley book I received before Christmas which launched on Thursday (12th January). The blurb The original blurb I saw was: You always remember your first kiss. Flora remembers nothing else… “I look at my hands. One
This was a book that floated across my ‘recommended’ selection on Netgalley, and the blurb intrigued me. I’d never much thought about Einstein having a wife (in fact he had two), and although he was one of the most celebrated scientists
N is for Nevermore, the planet central to Judith Tarr’s splendid book Forgotten Suns. Saturday is book review day, even during the April A to Z, but I’ll be slanting it towards my theme of world-building, and in addition, I
I received an ARC of The Rosetta Man by Claire McCague from LibraryThing as a First-read, and it certainly lived up to my expectations from the description! “What makes The Rosetta Man stand-out? An unusually dense squirrel population for sci-fi.
For some reason I forgot to tell you about this. Then the second review came in, so I thought I’d better catch up. But I expect you saw the nice medal on the side of the page and guessed! I