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My Brigadista Year by Katherine Paterson: Review to come on publication date.
Favourite book: Thoughts: Lady Stuff by Loryn Brantz: Review to come on publication date.
The Cat In the Box by John Gribbin and Mary Gribbin: Review to come.
A Beautiful, Terrible Thing by Jen Waite: Review to come. Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman: Review to come. How To Be Perfectly Unhappy by Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal): Review to come on publication date.
Meet Me In The In-Between by Bella Pollen: Review to come closer to publication date. The Universe is a Machine by James Michel Hughes: Review posted earlier. Favourite book: We've all heard the hard sudoku comment (if not, in a creative writing class, another student said reading what I wrote was like doing a hard sudoku puzzle, and no one wants to do a hard sudoku puzzle because it's too hard.
The Ghost Road by Pat Barker: Strange that this one won the Booker when its the weakest in the series. Of course, I only do hard sudoku puzzles if I'm going to be doing a sudoku puzzle, so the comment was demonstrably wrong, but I kept my trap shut). I'm not even sure I know what she's talking about half the time, but I love it anyway.
The Daisy Rock by Eva Hanagan: Reviewed earlier this month. The End We Start From by Megan Hunter: Even with her incorrect spelling of Meghan, review to come closer to publication date.
The White Hare by Michael Fishwick: Reviewed earlier this month. Tokyo Decadence by Ryu Murakami: Reviewed earlier this month.
Then I stupidly keep requesting books and going to the library (although I did exercise restraint and not take out Mason & Dixon, so yay for me I guess? The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn: My second evil child book of the month.
Stitch Camp by Nicole Blum and Catherine Newman: Review to come on publication date.
All The Dirty Parts by Daniel Handler: Review to come on publication date.
I don't know why he couldn't just teach people, say me, without the dog, or why physics books lately have to have some sort of twee cuteness but I'm a mathematician and maybe we just don't do that sort of shit.
The Four Roads Hotel by France Théoret: Review to come on publication date.