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Joined February 2016

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Tom Jones by Henry Fielding
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A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth
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Saga Vol. 8 | Brian K. Vaughan
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This volume covers six single issues and the first three are about abortion rights.

Though I happen to agree with BKV on this issue, it nonetheless felt very heavy-handed.

Still, poignant moments and surprises in this *graphic* GN.

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Ride | Harper Dallas
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The writing and editing were tight in this story featuring the broody, sometimes cruel and raw, extreme snowboarder, Chase and the young fotog, Brooke— struggling not only in her career but with the high lifestyle and Chase in particular. All the loose ends were tied up (though perhaps the last couple of chapters were anticlimactic and made this a touch too long.) Four solid angsty stars which covers a great job of depicting snowboarding 🏂

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Saga Vol. 7 | Brian K. Vaughan
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Wow. Shit gets real and this one has all the feels. Sorry to sound like a Cliché Queen but this one is my favorite volume so far: Love, loss, friendship and hidden loyalties surface.

And yes, the drawing, inking and color palette are all on point and perfect.

SFF/Space Opera series; Not for the prudish.

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Spinning Heart | Donal Ryan
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🎧 Lit-fic set in a small town in Ireland in the aftermath of the housing bust a few years ago. Each chapter is told from a different character‘s POV and, each testimony sheds light on the characters and events told. Wayne Farrell (the audiobook narrator) deftly handles all the roles.

This is a re-listen for me, a short (5+ hr) refresher before I head into ‘The Thing About December‘— Up next!

Crazeedi Sounds good 3w
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Alien: River of Pain (Novel #3) | Christopher Golden
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🎧 I finally got around to listening to this audio drama after pre-ordering it 2+ years ago! This is the back story of Newt— so Ridley doesn‘t play a big role in this third of the Alien novels which serve as interstitial tales between movies. A bit rougher in finish than the first-in-series, ‘Out of the Shadows‘ e.g. Newt‘s brother inexplicably has an Irish accent and, sometimes *who* was speaking was not clear. Nothing new about the xenomorphs.

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Mad Mouse | Chris Grabenstein
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🎧 Second in the John Ceepak mystery series, the events of this story take place a few weeks after the first-in-series (Tilt-a-Whirl,) over the Labor Day Weekend. Someone is targeting Danny (Police Officer Ceepak‘s junior partner) and his friends with paintball pellets and real bullets! *Who and Why?!?* This isn‘t a Whodunnit however, but a light mystery well read by audiobook narrator Jeff Woodman.

Definitely a beach read 🏖

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Tilt a Whirl | Chris Grabenstein
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Everything I was reading and listening to was just too tense or heavy, leading me into a semi-depressed state mentally so I decided to “reset!” This is something I read many years ago, so long ago that it‘s new-to-me again!

John Ceepak is a Gulf War veteran who is now a cop at a seaside resort. While he‘s enjoying breakfast, a girl runs down the street, her dress covered in blood...

Jeff Woodman narrates as the part-time cop partnered w/Ceepak

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The Jungle | Upton Sinclair
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🎧 I‘ve read this once or twice before but it‘s time to read it again! I know it‘s hard reading in a gut-wrenching way so I‘ll take my time with it, listening to small chunks at a time and, hopefully getting through this 13+ hour audiobook by the end of the Labor Day weekend.

Leftcoastzen One of my all time favorites! 1mo
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Grapes of Wrath | John Steinbeck
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🎭 Inspired by characters from ‘The Grapes of Wrath‘, Octavio Solis brings the Jode legacy forward into the 21st century. William Jode, cousin of Tom Jode is an old man now, seeking the last man standing in the family. What he finds is not what he expected and, the road trip back to Oklahoma brings an inheritance of blood, sweat and, tears full circle.

#MotherRoadOSF

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The book on the right contains 9 Hercule Poirot shorts, including the story, “The Plymouth Express” which is the basis for the novel on the left.

The shorts feature Captain Hastings (who has disappeared from the HP series by book #3 IIRC) and, no racist remarks (though quite a few classist ones) - the opposite of “Blue Train.”

As with most SS collections, some stories are better than others but overall a solid, entertaining pick.

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Northanger Abbey | Jane Austen
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🎧 I love Juliet Stevenson‘s voice but it‘s so comforting and lovely it works like a soporific upon me!

This Classic is short though (8+ hrs) so I think I‘ll give it a shot!

ScientistSam I love Northanger Abbey. It pokes such fun at gothic novels - with tongue firmly in cheek, of course! 1mo
Dogearedcopy @ScientistSam Just thought of you! I just got to the part where the Thorpe brother mentions ‘Tom Jones!‘ 😀 1mo
Eyelit I listened to her reading Middlemarch and she is fantastic! Hope you enjoyed Northanger Abbey 1mo
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Tom Jones | Henry Fielding
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I‘m doing the quarterly read-a-long on LibraryThing, parsing out the 18 books in this tome over 3 months.

I just got through the midway point (end of chapter 9) and am aiming to get to the 66% mark or the end of chapter 12 by the end of the month.

A Classic novel of satire on English mores, it goes by quickly (though I admit that I rewound a couple of times to catch something I missed as my attention wandered!)

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jillrhudy Stick with it! The denouement is terrific. The way he pulls all the pieces of the book together at the end is so masterful it really stuck with me. 1mo
ScientistSam I loved this book. Might be time for a reread - it's been years 1mo
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We Are Legion (We Are Bob) | Dennis E. Taylor
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🎧 Well, that was fun! Bob in the 21st century is killed in Las Vegas and, per his wishes, his head is cryogenically preserved. Fast forward 300 years, and he awakens on top of a lab table not quite himself! 😉

What follows is an adventure through space, time and, SFF pop culture references as Bob becomes legion.

Ray Porter, the audiobook narrator, nails it.

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So, right in the middle of my short story, there‘s an editorial note! Way to take me out of the story!

Also, since this particular story is the forerunner of the previously published ‘The Mystery of the Blue Train‘, I‘m betting my guess will be right! 😂

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The Ivory Grin | Ross Macdonald
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🎧 A good story well told! The whole of the mystery being resolved was like watching a Polaroid picture develop: Each chapter bringing the case into focus!

Lew Archer (ex-cop turned detective) is hired by a rather unattractive but wealthy woman to track down a younger woman who used to work for her... This quickly escalates into something much bigger involving a missing heir, femme fatales and, enough similes to mark it as mid-century noir.

rabbitprincess I need to read this one again! 2mo
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Since this is told in a non-linear format AND I‘m the kind of person who likes to know when they‘re done with a book AND I‘m an office supplies geek (and a Post-It Notes (R) freak in particular)... 😜

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The Ivory Grin | Ross Macdonald
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Found an audiobook CD-edition at the FOTL book shop yesterday for fifty cents! The CDs are in *very good* condition and I have already loaded the first onto an old laptop that has a CD drive :-)

The fourth in the Lew Archer series, the detective is hired to track down a young African-American woman. Because this was written in 1951, I was a little worried about racist comments/language, but so far, nothing!

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The Strangler Vine | M.J. Carter
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🎧 This is a historical novel with elements of mystery and adventure: A young officer of the British East India Company is assigned to accompany (and spy on) an older company man as they both set out on a mission of political intrigue, spy craft, a tiger hunt and, exotic landscapes...

Audiobook narrator, Alex Wyndham does credibly well (I‘d be willing to listen to the next book in this series)

📷:Coat of Arms: British East India Company

Crazeedi Want to read this one! 2mo
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The Strangler Vine | M.J. Carter
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🎧 Set in 1830s India during the time of England‘s Colonial power as manifested through the British East India Company, this mystery starts off with a disillusioned young officer sent to deliver a message from the Government House to another British man “gone native.”
Alex Wyndham is a new-to-me narrator that I wasn‘t sure of at the start; but when he slid effortlessly into the lines of the British soldier and made him come “alive,” I was sold!

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Alice in Wonderland | Lewis Carroll
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🎧 Taking a break from listening to ‘Tom Jones‘ with this short (less than 3 hrs) Audible offering.

I‘m a big AIW fan, and I like Scarlet Johansson as the Black Widow in MCU, but I‘m not really grooving on her flat American voice stripping out all the Britishness of this Classic 19th c. tale.

I‘ll finish though while I‘m waiting for another credit to roll in.

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So, I‘ve been wanting to read this Prix Goncourt winner but because of its less than stellar reviews, I‘ve been hesitant to buy a copy. Library to the rescue!

LiteraryinLititz I‘ll be curious what you think! I was one of the readers who wasn‘t impressed by this one, but I expected to like it so much! 2mo
Mommat Awful. So disappointing. I was ready to love it. Did. It live up to the accolades espousing it‘s virtues. 2mo
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I wasn‘t entirely happy with the way the mystery was resolved: I have questions as to whether or not Agatha Christie gave the reader enough to figure it out and whether the rather melodramatic cloak-and-dagger aspects rang true. For right now, I‘m giving this a 3.75/5.0 rating and, shelving it for a future re-read— at which point it may warrant a ratings upgrade 🚂

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Starting the sixth novel in the Poirot lineup: Black market rubies, an unhappily married couple... and a racist remark right out of the gate on page 1. 🤭

Picked up this 1971 reprint of the 1928 murder mystery and feel a little disappointed that someone has ripped out the full color ad for Kent cigarettes that was in the middle. I don‘t smoke but somehow I feel a little cheated! 😜

catiewithac I really liked this one! 🚂 2mo
Crazeedi I love your well used books! 2mo
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My buy-in to le Carré‘s world is always complete so while others might consider this a lesser novel of his, I‘m giving it an admittedly biased 5-Star rating!

Written in 1989 before the Iron Curtain fell, le Carré‘s acuity and sensitivity to thawing Cold War tensions is remarkably prescient.

Also, I raised an eyebrow at the placement of Mr. Connery‘s hand upon Ms Pfeiffer‘s person ✋??

Crazeedi Oh he could "place" his hand on me, he is my dream man, ??? 2mo
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Tom Jones | Henry Fielding
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🎧 After a false start wherein I had to go back and re-listen to the first chapters in order to acclimate myself to both the writing and narrator style, I‘m totally committed to this satiric look at 18th century English society. It‘s amusing and still relevant!

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A Suitable Boy | Vikram Seth
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PART X

Why is the wolf hunt in the story? There has to be reason, not just to add a little bit of color to the narrative. At first I that it might be an obvious allegory to the hunt for love-- But now I'm not so sure. At one point, we see Maan's temper flare hotly and, now he is on a hunt. Is the hunt a sort of trigger or turning point if not in Maan, in our perception of him as well? What is our lovelorn Maan truly capable of?

Dogearedcopy 📷: Wolf and Mowgli (Illustration from ‘The Jungle Book‘ by Rudyard Kipling) 2mo
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Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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🎧 I may have started this too soon after finishing ‘A Tale of Two Cities‘ and/or my expectations have been a bit too high. I just started it and it‘s just not as fun as I thought it would be. And too, having set up the tension early on, I feel like it‘s taking forever to get to the reveal.

Still, I‘m committed to it so we‘ll see if I can blast through it over the weekend.

EDIT: I totally bailed! Maybe some other time.

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A Tale of Two Cities | Charles Dickens
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🎧 I first became aware of Anton Lesser when he narrated Philip Pullman‘s Sally Lockhart series but I‘m guessing most Americans‘ first look at him was as Qyburn in the Game of Thrones series. The RSC actor lends his talents to the audiobook edition of ‘A Tale of Two Cities‘ and while I don‘t think this is his best performance, second-best from him is still leagues ahead of next best!

Image: hbo.com

rabbitprincess Yay Superintendent Bright! 3mo
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A Tale of Two Cities | Charles Dickens
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🎧 There are some great narrator choices when it comes to the audiobook editions of this Classic British novel: Simon Vance, Simon Prebble, Gildart Jackson... but when I saw that Anton Lesser had narrated one of the unabridged versions, my decision was made 🙂❤️

rabbitprincess Aww Anton Lesser ♥️ 3mo
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Space Opera | Catherynne M. Valente
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? This just wasn‘t my cup of tea at all:
Absurdist comedy á la Douglas Adams that just wore on you; long/boring exposition (hours and hours of rambling on and on about nothing that mattered in the end,) not enough action, and a narrator that sounded so pretentious that he sounded like a *parody* of a British narrator (He just earned a spot on my “NO List!)

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Space Opera | Catherynne M. Valente
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🎧 This is an absurdist comedy about an intergalactic Eurovision-type competition in which the prize for not coming in last means that your planet and sentient species gets to live...

A third of the way in, I‘m committed to the audiobook (narrated by Heath Miller,) but the “cleverness” and slow plot drive are wearing on me a bit.

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Grapes of Wrath | John Steinbeck
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The flight and plight of the Joads was heartbreaking and relentless— and the parallels w/21st c. issues of immigration and social justice resonate strongly.

IMHO, in the Pantheon of All-Time Great American Novels.

Still on the fence about the audiobook narrator. Nothing wrong with Dylan Baker per se but there were often times I felt he didn‘t quite hit the right note in his delivery/performance. 🎧

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Jitterbug Perfume | Tom Robbins
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Lavender Festival 2019! Who knew there was such a thing!? Lavender is apparently the “other herb” Oregonians grow 😜

At the English Lavender Farm in the Applegate Valley, you can harvest lavender, buy a wide range of lavender-based products and foods, and inevitably think of Robbins‘ absurdist comedy, ‘Jitterbug Perfume.‘

LibrarianJen We have a lavender festival too. It must be a super versatile plant if it can grow in Oregon and New Mexico. 3mo
wen4blu It's everywhere! I live near a lavender farm in NJ. 3mo
Crazeedi It's beautiful! And it grows in PA too!! 2mo
lynneamch Oak Ridge, Tennessee, also has a Lavender Festival. 2mo
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A Suitable Boy | Vikram Seth
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PART IX

The sun may never set on the British Empire, but there are places where it doesn't shine so bright! For nearly 200 hundred years, the British rule over India left its indelible imprint on the land, people and, culture. Even in the leaving, India had to deal with the aftermath of the Mountbatten plan as well as trying to re-establish the Indian identity. In this section we deal w/the bald resentment of the British Empire's colonialism.

Dogearedcopy Image: Ruins of British Residency in Lucknow (By Vyom.Y - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=51941081) 3mo
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Tons of stuff in my reading queue, but this battered old 1990 mass paperback calls to me today! 🙂

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Johannes Cabal the Necromancer | Jonathan L. Howard
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There were a couple of nicely written and poignant moments (Ch 6 “In which Cabal Makes an Unplanned Stop and Talks About the War” and the last chapter) but overall the humor wasn‘t dark enough for me. Howard‘s writing style reminds me of Tim Robbins (w/o the sexual prurience) and while presenting interesting ideas, the “quippiness” seemed to be covering for a lack of depth— a lid on a jar if you will.

Patchshank This book has always sounded interesting to me, but I have never heard anything good about it. 3mo
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Alice in Wonderland | Lewis Carroll
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I‘m a big AIW fan so I eagerly went to see this last night! Act I is actually Alice in Wonderland and, Act II is Through the Looking Glass. It was... interesting. Experimental and inventive choreography, musical numbers, and some truly dark scenes made this riveting to watch but in the end I‘m not sure that it hung together very well. My friends who are not AIW fans were a bit clueless 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Johannes Cabal the Necromancer | Jonathan L. Howard
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Not only have I had this in my stacks for years, I strongly suspect that I have more than one copy!

I‘m starting this tonight, the first-in-series about a necromancer who wants his soul *back* from the devil... Looks like morbid fun 😈

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The Test | Sylvain Neuvel
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A brilliant 100-page novella about an Irani man named Idir who is taking the British Citizenship Test.

@Neuvel has honed the knife of psychological suspense and the interview technique to a keen edge. We see it in full glory in The Themis Trilogy but there is something elegant about the distilled form.

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Grapes of Wrath | John Steinbeck
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I always get this and ‘Of Mice and Men‘ confused 😐

I bought a pb edition last year for The Great American Reads Challenge but didn‘t get around to it. This time I‘ve decided to tackle the audio edition 🎧

Curiouser_and_curiouser Have you read Of Mice and Men? 3mo
Dogearedcopy Yes, I‘ve read both the tagged book and ‘Of Mice and Men‘ but so long ago, they had blended into a Steinbeck Universe in my head! 3mo
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The Bride Test | Helen Hoang
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If you read a lot of romances, most protagonists are interchangeable from novel to novel, but in this contemporary romance, the family feels real and so do their hopes and heartaches.

Michael‘s (The Kiss Quotient) cousin, who is autistic, is set up w/a with a bride from Vietnam Nam...

Not as steamy as TKQ but still ❤️❤️❤️❤️

#romantsy

Eyelit I just got this and am looking forward to reading it this month! 4mo
annahenke Loved this one! 4mo
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Song of Solomon | Toni Morrison
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🎧 Finished listening to this one this morning: Toni Morrison wrote this 40 years ago and so what was contemporary then now has the patina of historical fiction— but that does not detract from the story in any way! With her unique style of lyricism + touch of magical realism + family-centric plots the story does not disappoint though I really wish Dion Graham had narrated the audio edition (She was *creaky*!)

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Song of Solomon | Toni Morrison
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🎧 Because I loved Toni Morrison‘s reading of ‘Beloved‘ I did not hesitate to dnload this one— but it may have been a mistake. Though she wrote this about 40 years ago, it was recorded *2* years ago when the author was 86 years old. She doesn‘t sound a day under 100 😔

I‘ll give it a little longer but I may have to bail and go to print.

AshleyHoss820 Bummer! She reads Beloved so well! This is my favorite Morrison, too. 4mo
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100 Hikes in Southern Oregon | William L. Sullivan
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Today‘s hike was to the top of Lower Table Rock, a mesa cut by the Rogue River from black volcanic rock. Technically a 3.0 mile round trip hike, once at the top, you can easily add another 3+ miles. Gorgeous view of the valley below: farms, orchards, the river and lakes, Upper Table Rock (sister mesa) and, clear blue skies with hawks wheeling overhead.

The tagged book is a hiker‘s bible around here!

Eyelit That‘s lovely! 4mo
merelybookish We have North Table and South Table mountains in my area. Also mesas. 🙂 4mo
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The Strain | Guillermo Del Toro, Chuck Hogan
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🎧 A modern day vampire story set in post-9/11 NYC, this horror skews more toward the Classic Nosferatu tale than anything sexy/sparkling. Solid storytelling but reads like a movie, and one that I‘ve seen before somehow (No, I have not seen the 4-season TV series adaptation.)

Ron Perlman‘s understated performance can be interpreted as an audiobook narrator who lets the text speak for itself OR as someone who was absolutely bored w/the material

Dogearedcopy 📷: Guillermo Del Toro at ComicCon promoting The Strain (TV series); Image labeled for reuse 4mo
TobeyTheScavengerMonk I read this book way back when it first came out and was underwhelmed too. It felt like Guillermo‘s own Blade 2, but without any character as cool as Blade. That said, I thought the idea of a vampire preying on the captives in a Concentration Camp was a fascinating idea, and would‘ve gladly read a whole book of just that. 4mo
Dogearedcopy @TobeyTheScavengerMonk I always have mixed feelings when writers use the Holocaust and 9/11 in fiction, and in this case I was like, “The reality of those events wasn‘t terrible enough so you introduce vampires into the mix?!” But you‘re right in that the 1940s arc was more interesting. I think because it was more narratively cohesive. 4mo
Dogearedcopy @TobeyTheScavengerMonk And by “narratively cohesive”, I mean a beginning, a middle and, an end whereas ‘The Strain‘ as a whole is just the beginning (the first of a trilogy)... though I doubt I‘ll continue. The vampires who saved Gus were interesting for a hot minute but not enough for me to want to explore it further. (edited) 4mo
TobeyTheScavengerMonk Yeah, I had no desire to keep going with the series either. 4mo
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Hell Divers | Nicholas Sansbury Smith
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I started this SF/PA book earlier this week and my goal is to finish it off this weekend:

Earth has been salted with radioactivity after a global war. The only survivors are onboard 2 airships that send divers onto the surface to salvage supplies. But resources on the airships are right running very thin, cancer and flu are constant threats, and mutants have evolved on the wasteland...

Great start— So let‘s see where this goes!

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Dracula | Bram Stoker
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🎧 The “all-star audible edition of ‘Dracula‘ featured amazing performances by Steven Crossley, Alan Cumming, Tim Curry, Susan Duerden, John Lee, Graeme Malcolm and, Simon Vance.

I‘m deliberately leaving one narrator off that list. Their performance was so over-the-top and poorly delivered that it rendered some scenes incomprehensible (e.g. What happened at Whitby?!?), ridiculous, and harsh on the ears.

Still, 4/5 stars 🙂

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The Strain | Guillermo Del Toro, Chuck Hogan
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🎧 Next up from my audible library, another vampire story!

In the past, I‘ve had trouble getting past Ron Perlman‘s mumbling; but for some reason I‘m rather hopeful about this performance!

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Dracula | Bram Stoker
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🎧 Next in my audible library, another celebrity read, though this one actually features a number of professional audiobook narrators in its “all-star cast,” notably Simon Vance (the first voice in the narrative.)

emz711 Tim Curry? Oh man! On my tbr! 4mo
sprainedbrain Loved this version! 4mo
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Frankenstein narrated by Dan Stevens | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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🎧 I‘ve read/listened to this title 4 times in the past 10 yrs and *every time* I feel like I‘m reading the novel for the first time! It‘s weird how the story lends itself to so many different levels of interpretation. This time I was struck by the travelogue aspect: Interesting to see the different settings and trying to correlate them with the action, themes, and symbolism.

I ended up liking but not loving Dan Stevens‘ rather maudlin delivery.

Dogearedcopy 📷: Dan Stevens (the audiobook narrator for this edition) at the opening of the film, ‘Beauty and the Beast‘ (Labeled for re-use) (edited) 4mo
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