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Top Distractions of 2011
So, with 2011 skulking out the side entrance and 2012 boldly stepping forward, we here at the Serial Distractions Monkey Lubrication Depot and Tobacconist Shoppe™ look back at the various books we reviewed last year that still stand out as … Continue reading
Book Review Extravaganza
I have actually managed to read a metric butt-ton* of books over the past few weeks. So, as a result, I have a ton of stuff to write reviews for. I’m way, way, behind. In an effort to make my … Continue reading
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Review: A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin
A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire : Book 1) by George R. R. Martin (1996, 2005) : 9780553588484 (Spectra) In a harsh land, governed by people and traditions hardened by time and circumstance, dynastic families vie … Continue reading
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