@mouse hmmm, that’s an interesting take. I enjoyed the one Chandler book I read before, but definitely thought it went on a bit too long, which put me off reading more.
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2022 Reading Goal
36% complete! bibliotechy has read 11 of 30 books.
I think I hate Capaldi because deep down I suspect he may be right. That what he claims is true. That science has now proved beyond doubt there's nothing so unique about my daughter, noth- ing there our modern tools can't excavate, copy, transfer. That people have been living with one another all this time, centuries, loving and hating each other, and all on a mistaken premise. A kind of superstition we kept going while we didn't know better.
A fun tale of gritty librarians, sympathetic demons, rogue angels, and books that, not-figuratively, come alive. Started a little slow, and narrative was a bit uneven at points, but it really picked up half way through and I’m pretty sure I need to read the rest of the series.
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@fionnain it was really interesting, but ultimately a bit too all over the place. So many ideas thrown in that it felt disjointed. He talked about it on littleatoms.com/podcast/little-atoms-680-courttia-newlands-river-called-time and it sounds like it was the project he kept putting off then coming back, and honestly it showed.