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The Panopticon by Jenni Fagan (2012)
Reviewed by wally on September 26, 2014 tagged coming of age • science fiction
Anais is sent to a futuristic prison for troubled Scottish teens after beating a policewoman.
Memorial by Chris Roberson, Rich Ellis (2012)
Reviewed by wally on September 12, 2014 tagged fantasy • graphic novel
Em has no memory of who she is. In a curiosity shop she finds a key which leads to a new world and her destiny.
Dragonswood by Janet Lee Carey (2012)
Reviewed by wally on January 3, 2014 tagged coming of age • fantasy
Tess and her friends flee charges of witchcraft but find safety, magic, and healing in the forbidden Dragonswood.
The Half-life of Facts Why everything we know has an expiration date by Samuel Arbesman (2012)
Reviewed by wally on November 22, 2013 tagged nonfiction
Arbesman’s history of information shows that facts change as we examine them and adapt to an ever-changing world.
The Storyteller by Katie Cook, Colleen Coover, Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos, Marjorie Liu and Jennifer L. Meyer, Roger Langridge, Jordie Bellaire, Jeff Parker and Tom Fowler, Paul Tobin, Evan Shaner, Ron Marz, Craig Rousseau, Ronan Cliquet (2011)
Reviewed by wally on March 21, 2014 tagged fantasy • graphic novel • short stories
An old storyteller and his dog share folktales by a fire.
Networked: Carabella on the Run by Gerard Jones, Mark Badger (2010)
Reviewed by wally on July 18, 2014 tagged graphic novel • science fiction
Socially networked shoes and intelligent hair extensions combine to threaten the world.
Voice of America by E.C. Osondu (2010)
Reviewed by wally on August 1, 2014 tagged short stories
Stories on the tension between Africans and Americans, traditional and modern values, young and old, rich and poor.
Infinite City A San Francisco Atlas by Rebecca Solnit (2010)
Reviewed by wally on September 5, 2014 tagged art • essays • nonfiction
Cartographers, artists, and writers show views of San Francisco through unique maps and essays.
Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon (2009)
Reviewed by wally on July 11, 2014 tagged literary • mystery
Doc Sportello investigates a plot against his ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend, a real estate mogul.
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