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The Mistress of Misdirection

In my Oziana reread, I thought I might say a bit more about the 2012 issue, made up of a round robin story based on the brief fragment known only as “An Oz Book.” Robert Stanton Baum credited it to … Continue reading

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Non-Traditional Travel

The Long Mars, by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter – The third book in the Long Earth series, and perhaps the last unless Baxter gets another co-author. It’s kind of melancholy reading this after Pratchett’s death. The earlier books established … Continue reading

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The Business of Magic

In Your Dreams, by Tom Holt – When you rely on libraries for your reading material, it’s an unfortunate fact that they rarely carry all of the volumes in a series, and the ones they do have often seem randomly … Continue reading

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