Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Illegal, Lawrence Hill

Book 24: The Illegal Interestingly, The Illegal turned out to be a pseudo-fantasy in that it takes place on current-day earth, but in the made-up, neighouring, island countries of Freedom State and Zantoroland. The protagonist is a black long-distance runner … Continue reading

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The Dinosaur Feather, S.J. Gazan

Book 23: The Dinosaur Feather I really liked this book. At it’s heart, it’s a murder mystery, but the murder takes place at the Institute of Biology in Copenhagen and the victim is a professor of biology specializing in the … Continue reading

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Linchpin, Seth Godin

Book 22: Linchpin I generally dislike business books. Often, the salient points can be summarized in a dozen pages, and the rest of the book just feels like filler, restatements of the same points, over and over, because you can’t … Continue reading

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