Elentarri's Book Blog

Book reviews and other interesting goodies.

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I did not think this week would ever end. I plan to do nothing but shop for pumpkins, read a book, watch some scary movies an...
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This is a little lengthy, but it's worth it. Or maybe it's not. You decide. So hubby upgraded our phones as a Mother's Da...
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I should be surprised that a book written in 1993 should still be begging 25 years later. Has anything been transformed? M...
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When I read this eight years ago, it was my first taste of Discworld. I was amazed and delighted, and I immediately set out t...
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This is my first Pratchett, and I had so much fun. It was all the elements: the zanny world, all the stabs at our world's a...
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Wow. Ok, this is turning a lot better than expected and is dealing with a lot of issues like body modifications, medical cons...
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If you're looking for the cutesy tone of the film, or even its recent live-action re-make, look elsewhere, you won't find it ...
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I have never read this one before now. I knew the bare bones of the story due to my high school English class having excerpts...
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Wow what a great retelling of Beauty and the Beast. The flow was a bit of a problem throughout. However, Spooner did such as ...
updated shelf:
Cities Of The Dead - Michael Paine
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After years of not having a proper way to display or photograph some of my wearable craft items, I broke down last week and b...
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Some of you will understand. I prefer the texts for my English classes to know the difference between possessive ...
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The Colour of Magic by Terry Pratchett
This is an entertaining, enchanting, humorous and mind-boggling introduction to the Discworld. You can tell this is an early work from Pratchett - the writing isn't as good ...
The Colour of Magic  - Terry Pratchett
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Series: Discworld #1 Although not exactly in line with the other Discworld series, this first book is still a fun satire of...
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It's Talk Like a Pirate Day, and to celebrate, LibraryThing is holding a scavenger hunt. If you solve five of the riddles and...
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Currently reading

Around the World in Eighty Days (Oxford World's Classics) by Jules Verne
On the Wing: Insects, Pterosaurus, Birds, Bats and the Evolution of Animal Flight by David E. Alexander
Progress: 91/224pages