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Sabriel

I listen to audiobooks while commuting to and from the day job, and I just finished listening to SABRIEL by Garth Nix. As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve never really been into the necromantic craze that seems to be a sort … Continue reading

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Quick, go distract the giant lizard so I can get downstairs!

Not sure what Prince Valiant is up to, but momma is hot on the trail of her baby.

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The Terror

I was thinking back through the books I’ve read in the past few years (quite a few, though not nearly as many as I would have liked) and it occurred to me that THE TERROR by Dan Simmons would probably … Continue reading

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Beast from the Weed Sea

The giant lizard story in Prince Vailiant continues: This has been going on for two months now, but it appears that things may be close to wrapping up. Prince Valiant has determined that the lizard is after an egg that … Continue reading

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Twelfth Night, or, What You Will

DUKE ORSINO     That face of his I do remember well;     Yet, when I saw it last, it was besmear’d     As black as Vulcan in the smoke of war:     A bawbling vessel was he captain of,     For shallow draught and bulk … Continue reading

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Insignificant Human Defense

They’ve figured out the lizard wants an egg stolen by Gawain some time back. Gawain is using the egg to woo a woman, which should earn him bonus experience points.

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Land of the Lost (TV) Intro

I didn’t get many chances to see this as a kid, but I do remember thinking it was pretty exciting at the time. We watched the first episode last night on Hulu and my kids had a good laugh. It’s … Continue reading

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Hickory, Dickory, Dock

The antediluvian horror rampaging in Camelot doesn’t seem fazed by the three beastmen who leaped atop its back last week: Despite this setback, one of the beastmen thinks that he’s figured out what the creature is after: an egg taken … Continue reading

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