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July Reading

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July wasn't a great reading month, but it's Summer, there's so much other stuff to do in addition to reading. 76. Tiina Raevaara: Korppinaiset Tämä romaani on itsenäinen jatko kirjalle Yö ei saa tulla . Päähenkilöt ovat samat, mutta tilanne on hyvin erilainen. Romaanissa käsitellään kuolemaa, kuoleman läheisyyttä, ja lintuja. Olen pitänyt näistä kummastakin romaanista todella paljon ja myös suositellut niitä sisarelleni. 77.- 78. Lois McMaster Bujold: "Penric's Demon" and "Penric and the Shaman" Fun novellas set in Bujold's Chalion world. The first one was a reread, where young Penric gets his demon, and the second one has him seeing further adventures with a bit more experience under his belt. 79. Kelley Armstrong: City of the Lost No part of Armstrong's urban fantasy series, this books is a crime/suspense novel set in an isolated town. The main character moves there to escape her past, but her new job as the town's deputy sheriff isn't that easy with a serial killer on the loose. Still, not the best offering by the author. 80. Rose Fox & Daniel José Older (ed.): Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction From the Margins of History Anthology with varying stories (as they all are), some better, some worse. I had a hard time getting into it, since none of the beginning stories grabbed me that much, but after a while, the stories got more interesting.

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