Elentarri's Book Blog

Book reviews and other interesting goodies.

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“[I]t's not just the books under fire now that worry me. It is the books that will never be written. The books that will neve...
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Yesterday I spend some time reorganizing my TBR shelf and I realized that I have quite a few huge, chuncky books on it. Books...
January2020
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This was really something of a tour de force by Dunnett. I'm still certain that I missed a significant percentage of the plot...
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Why is it that every time I finish a great book, I just cannot decide on which book to pick up next? Seriously, nothing on...
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I'm forcing myself to continue out of some demented sense of obligation, either to the book or the author or myself. There'...
Man the Hunted by Donna Hart &Robert W. Sussman
TITLE: Man the Hunted: Primates, Predators, and Human Evolution AUTHOR: Donna Hart, Robert W. Sussman PUBLICATION DATE: 2008 (Expanded Edition) FORMAT: Paperback I...
Man the Hunted: Primates, Predators, and Human Evolution, Expanded Edition -  Robert W. Sussman, Donna Hart, Ian Tattersall
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Man the Hunted: Primates, Predators, and Human Evolution, Expanded Edition -  Robert W. Sussman, Donna Hart, Ian Tattersall
January2020
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I would never put a book willingly to harm, but this is one of those books I would like to put into a meat grinder, just to s...
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Curse is the final book in the Blur trilogy, featuring Daniel who has been seeing 'blurs', which are basically hallucinations...
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is credited for being the first to write an evil mummy story. This is that story. I thought it was an ...
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This was an interesting read. The Hippo Banquet features travel stories by Mary Kingsley, being an explorer in a time where f...
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I know, historical regency romance books are completely out of my wheelhouse. But I´m just really in the mood for reading thi...
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I love everything about this book: engaging plot, fantastic illustrations, ongoing suspense, and interesting characters. Warr...
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I made it to page 64 and I had issues:1. Chick-lit style of writing from the mother's point of view. (I don't like her.)2. Th...

Currently reading

How Invention Begins: Echoes of Old Voices in the Rise of New Machines by John H. Leinhard
Progress: 35/277pages