Not what I expected when I picked it up to read, but ended up enjoying the non-sensical time travel and the Tralfamadorian's perspective of time and death.
Next in line.
Dark, freakish, and cute short poems. The theme reminds us of children's stories, but they may be a tad too dark for them. Loved it.
Loved it, wanted more of it, but unfortunately the end was lackluster, and felt rushed (again I would hope it was a longer book properly finished). All in all, adding Jack Vance to my "authors I need to read more of" list!
This book will be added to one of the #readingchallenge: #dancingwithfantasyandscifi2019 in the prompt "on a different planet".
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I chose this book, starting my first attempt at reading challenges. For my #popsugarreadingchallenge2019 (prompt: a book featuring an amateur detective) and #pwowreadingchallenge19 (prompt: a book I got as a gift).
It is vaguely entertaining. The plot is absurd at times, the characters were annoying and entitled. The best part was the interrogation in Court, but I couldn't wait to finish this. A book I'll be donating to someone else who wants it.
I saw this going around and I thought I'd join in!
Robert A. Heinlein
Can you tell how much sci-fi I read? :D
This book is basically a compilation of the several dark figures in Tolkien's universe, and their origin/inspiration on actually mythology and ancient history. I believe it would be even better if I knew Tolkien's work a lot more than I do, but even so, very interesting read. The graphic work is brilliant.
Artist: Kip Rasmussen
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Hello guys, this is my first blurb here on Litsy. I am currently reading this book by #davidday. It was a birthday gift, and so far it's quite interesting and graphically beautiful.
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