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The Anti-Chaos Committee

I’ve finished several books recently, but I was holding off on writing about them not just because I had other stuff to do, but because it seems like I don’t do much else besides book reviews these days. Oziana isn’t … Continue reading

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A Koschei Deal

Her Majesty’s Wizard, by Christopher Stasheff – I saw this book on a list of recommendations somewhere, and I didn’t realize at the time that the author had just died in June. This is the first book of the Wizard … Continue reading

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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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Why So Sirius?

Dogsbody, by Diana Wynne Jones – In this engaging story, Sirius, the hot-tempered immortal lord of the Dog Star, is convicted of a crime he didn’t commit. As punishment, he’s forced to take the form of a dog on Earth, … Continue reading

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Tales of the Gwyn Reaper

I was a bit stumped for ideas for a mythology post for this weekend, but then I remembered I’d been meaning to write about Gwyn ap Nudd, Welsh Lord of the Dead. Picture by Thalia Took I’ve already mentioned him … Continue reading

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Oh, Baby, Baby, It’s a Wild Hunt

I was thinking of addressing some Germanic mythology today, and looked at the introduction that the Brothers Grimm wrote for their fairy tale collection for possible inspiration. It turns out that I already discussed several of the mythological figures mentioned … Continue reading

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