Monthly Archives: May 2019

Theodore Sturgeon – More Than Human (1953) Review

9/10 Starting More Than Human is like a weight settling on you. Both for the flowing, dense, poetic writing that settles on you like a blanket, and for the grisly subject material that leaves a pit in your stomach. Cursed … Continue reading

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Announcement: movie reviews will return.

But not yet. Not yet. For the moment I am struggling with a burnout and that affects my concentration so much that watching movies or even series is a bit too much for me right now. I have made a … Continue reading

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Douglas Adams – The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (1979-’92) Series Review

A reread of Douglas Adams’ The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series is the perfect remedy when you’re feeling down. That is, of course, if his humor appeals to you. For me, reading Adams is easy; writing a review … Continue reading

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A drawing. I did use an example for this one

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Patricia A. McKillip – The Changeling Sea (1988) Review

The Changeling Sea is (and I have a feeling that I’ll be saying this about every McKillip novel) a short, dreamlike fairy tale. It is mostly about loss and longing. The 14 year old Peri lives with her mother at … Continue reading

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Richard K. Morgan – Thin Air (2018) Review

7/10 With a Richard Morgan novel, you know you’re in for a ride. The funny thing is, though, that he writes the same novel every time. Thin Air is about a mercenary, genetically bred for violence and “decanted” from a … Continue reading

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Dinosaur drawing

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