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Back to the Books

It’s been a long time since I’ve written any book reviews. When I had a job, I would generally read on my way there and back, as well as during breaks. When I’m at home most of the day, I … Continue reading

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You’re a Crook, Captain Hook

The Annotated Peter Pan – I had read the book before without the annotations, but apparently didn’t have much to say about it. The annotated version, with notes by Maria Tatar, gives more details on how James Barrie developed the … Continue reading

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Just Another Day in Fairyland

The three books I’m reviewing this time all have to do with magical lands I’ve read about before. Board Stiff, by Piers Anthony – There’s really nothing new in this latest installment in the Xanth series, but hey, I’m a … Continue reading

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Pan-demonium

I had actually never seen the Disney version of Peter Pan before, although I had read the book and seen the teleplay with Mary Martin as Peter. Now that I’ve seen it, I have to say that I was surprised … Continue reading

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