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Facing West: Flash fiction based on song titles

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Book review: Anne & Christopher Rice’s Ramses the Damned: The Passion Of Cleopatra

I read the first in this series, The Mummy: Ramses The Damned, shortly after it was published, and this book wonderfully picks up where the first one ended. Julie, Ramses, the Earl of Rutherford, his son, and Cleopatra are seamlessly brought back to life. Two new characters, Queen Bektaten and the author Sybil Parker are great additions to the story line. The development of Bektaten is good: a queen that kiks ass and then takes names. Sybil has a connection with Cleopatra that is well played. While the book ends with most items wrapped up neatly, there is sufficient room to set up another book. See my complete video book review here! The Passion Of Cleopatra
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Book review: Jasper Fforde’s Something Rotten

Fforde carries forward the cast of characters from Jurisfiction, Book World, the Goliath Coporation, and Spec Ops, with a greatly increased role for the Neanderthals. The book opens with Thursday & Commander Bradshaw chasing the Page Running Minotaur into Nebraska and into a western shoot out. Thursday has spent 2 years in the Well of Lost Plots. Her son Friday is just over a year old and she decides it’s time to return to Swindon and the real world. Pickwick the Dodo laid an egg, and she too has an offspring, which has a bad attitude. She comes back to find the bank has continued to pay her bills and she’s in deep debt. Jasper has Friday speaking in Lorem Ipsum. Bringing Hamlet and Otto...
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Book Review: Jasper Fforde’s The Well Of Lost Plots

For her own safety from the Goliath Corporation, Thursday has been chased into Book World. She is pregnant with her eradicated husband’s child, and through the Character Exchange Program she is taking over a role in a book under development in the Well of Lost Plots. The Well is where books are developed and exists within the Book World library, administered by the Cheshire Cat. Her role in jurisfiction continues under her apprenticeship under Miss Havisham, and Granny Next helps Thursday address the ever present mindworm planted by Aornis. See my full video book review here! The Well Of Lost Plots
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Book Review: Jasper Fforde’s Lost In A Good Book

Fforde continues the wordplay in this next installment of the Thursday Next series with a theme of coincidences. Acheron is gone, but we meet his sister Aornis and she has a major impact on Thursday. Her husband Landen has been eradicated, changing her life so that no one remembers him, and she has to decide if she should rescue Jack Schitt. She also has to attend to her celebrity status due to her work on the book Jane Eyre, while concurrently fighting a court battle in Book World over this. Alongside all of this is the possibility of a new Shakespeare play being discovered. We learn about Book World, Jurisfiction and its members, Granny Next, and others. See my full video book review here!...
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Book Review: Jasper Fforde’s The Eyre Affair

I really like the concept of Literary Detectives having to protect books and their characters. The humor is a bit campy, which is fine by me, but there are few apparent editorial quirks, Dad’s role is a bit distracting, and the love interest was so-so. I withhold a more severe commentary until I see where Jasper takes this concept. See my full video book review here! The Eyre Affair
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Book Review of Anne Rice: Prince Lestat and the Realm of Atlantis

In this particular instance, Lestat was not engaging and too wishy-washy, with the book ending in a love fest. Though some of the new characters are interesting, the amount of time spent on Atlantis is too much for this reader. 3 of 5 stars (maybe a little more, since I typically like what Anne writes. )See my full video book review here: Prince Lestat and the Realm of Atlantis
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