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Discussion in 'Literature' started by beenz, Oct 8, 2010.

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    I am a book lover. Now I am into "Frankenstein"by Mary Shelley. A friend of mine suggested me to read this book.
    To begin with, it is worth noting that this is the first sci-fi fiction novel in the history of literature. Second – it was written by the author at the age of 18. The third author is a woman.I am envy to that writer. I am bad at writing paper works and I am user of essay writing service
     
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    The "Freehold Universe series" by Michael Z Williamson. I'm reading by order of release and six books in the timeline seems consistent...
    Depends on what happens to Chelsea in book 6.
     
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    Just finished "reading" Hollow Kingdom by Kira Jane Buxton. It's a post-apocalyptic (zombie) novel told from the perspective of a crow (Shit Turd or S. T.) raised from the egg by a redneck electrician in Seattle. This is a really funny homage to the natural world of the Pacific Northwest and a scenic tour of Seattle, as S. T. first tries to save his Mofo (what he calls humans) Big Jim and then, after Big Jim tries to eat him, rescue himself and his companion-- the dog Dennis. S. T. must learn what it is to be a Crow, and rescue all the other domestic animals trapped inside houses while avoiding being eaten by sick mofos and wild animals.

    Caveats: lots of swear words
     

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