There was something really fun about this book. As the weird title suggests, this book does not deal with the ordinary. It takes great effort ( I would imagine) to be absurd on purpose. The style reminded me of books of Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams. You strain to make sure you have not misread… Continue reading To Say Nothing of the Dog: How We Found the Bishop’s Bird Stump at Last by Connie Willis
This was a very disappointing set of books for me . There is a very real possibility that I am incapable of appreciating nuances when it comes to Sci-Fi. Since this is my blog and I have full reign here like nowhere else, I have learnt to dislike books openly and unapologetically ( some of… Continue reading The Origin Mystery Book 2&3 – AG Riddle
This is the first of 5 books ( so far at least) . I am not sure I will be pursuing it in earnest ( since as previously mentioned I have quite a lot left to finish for this month of may) so I thought I should mention it and review it individually. I gave… Continue reading The Long Earth (The Long Earth #1) by Terry Pratchett, Stephen Baxter
This book had the usual selling point of having been translated to multiple languages and also to have been on some list or another. All I could hope midway through reading the book, that they would not try to make a movie from this because all would cringe while watching it. I got some of… Continue reading The Atlantis Gene (The Origin Mystery, #1) – Riddle, A.G.