Review: Flyaway

Flyaway by Kathleen Jennings

“The stories of Inglewell, like the tellers, are hybrids of tales from distant woods and forests.”

You’d think a story with such a bright, sunny setting wouldn’t be dark and gloomy, but that isn’t the case with Flyaway by Kathleen Jennings. Instead, this book is full of haunting stories, shattered memories, and family secrets that were buried deep for a reason.

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Review: Prosper’s Demon

Prosper's Demon by K.J. Parker

“I woke to find her lying next to me, quite dead, with her throat torn out.”

I read that first line in Prosper’s Demon, by K.J. Parker, and knew right away that I was in for a wild ride. Horror stories aren’t for everyone, but if you’re in the market for a creepy book, be sure to grab a copy of this little novella as soon as you can.

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Review: Dinner

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A friend of mine asked for a book recommendation today, and I told her to read Dinner by¬†C√©sar Aira without even thinking twice. This cute little book has a pink cover (it’s actually a picture¬†of that disgusting macaroni-olive loaf, a slap in the face to both macaroni and olives) and may or may not be about zombies.

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