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2017-02-10 10:24 am

Books Read List 2017

Abhorsen; Garth Nix
All the Light We Cannot See; Anthony Doerr
Behemoth; Scott Westerfeld
The Broken Kingdoms; N. K. Jemisin
The Creature in the Case; Garth Nix
Crooked Kingdom; Leigh Bardugo
Goliath; Scott Westerfeld
The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms; N. K. Jemisin
Leviathan; Scott Westerfeld
Lirael; Garth Nix
MaddAddam; Margaret Atwood
Norwegian Wood; Haruki Murakami
Oryx and Crake; Margaret Atwood
Room; Emma Donoghue
Sabriel; Garth Nix
Six of Crows; Leigh Bardugo
Star Wars: Aftermath (Empire's End); Chuck Wendig
Star Wars: Catalyst; James Luceno
White Teeth; Zadie Smith
The Year of the Flood; Margaret Atwood
justice: (friends are friends.)
2016-05-10 09:21 am

books read list 2016

asterisks mean I've read it twice this year.

All for the Game: The Foxhole Court; Nora Sakavic*
All for the Game: The King's Men; Nora Sakavic*
All for the Game: The Raven King; Nora Sakavic*
American Gods; Neil Gaiman
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe; Benjamin Alire Saenz
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao; Junot Díaz
Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex; Mary Roach
Captive Prince; C. S. Pacat
Captive Prince: The Prince's Gambit; C. S. Pacat
Captive Prince: Kings Rising; C. S. Pacat
Carry On; Rainbow Rowell
The Chaos of Stars; Kiersten White
A Clash of Kings; George R. R. Martin
A Game of Thrones; George R. R. Martin
The Goldfinch; Donna Tartt
Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War; Mary Roach
Lies We Tell Ourselves; Robin Talley
Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void; Mary Roach
The Raven Boys; Maggie Stiefvater
The Raven King; Maggie Stiefvater
Ruin and Rising; Leigh Bardugo
The Secret History; Donna Tartt
Shadow and Bone; Leigh Bardugo
Siege and Storm; Leigh Bardugo
Star Wars: A New Dawn; John Jackson Miller
Star Wars: Aftermath; Chuck Wendig
Star Wars: Aftermath—Life Debt; Chuck Wendig
Star Wars: Bloodline; Claudia Gray
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Novelization); Alan Dean Foster
Star Wars: Lords of the Sith; Paul S. Kemp
Star Wars: Lost Stars; Claudia Gray
Star Wars: Moving Target; Cecil Castelluci and Jason Fry
Star Wars: Rey's Survival Guide; Jason Fry
Star Wars: Smuggler's Run; Greg Rucka
Star Wars: The Weapon of the Jedi; Jason Fry
A Storm of Swords; George R. R. Martin
The Sympathizer: A Novel; Viet Thanh Nguyen
Treasure Island; Robert Louis Stevenson
justice: (aren't you spectacular?)
2013-06-02 11:31 pm

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Title: All This Fear Falls Away
Characters: Feldt Grace, Sumeragi Li Noriega, Tieria Erde
Rating: PG
Word Count: 2,531 words
Warnings: Spoilers for all.
Summary: Among those stars, they remain, their legacy and their hope, watching over a world that shifts to change.
Note: Title comes from "Signal Fire" by Snow Patrol. There are aspects of ships in this, but I prefer to think of it as gen.

all this fear falls away )
justice: (the beauty of humanity lies before me.)
2013-06-02 11:30 pm

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Title: What it Was For
Characters: Lockon-centric.
Warnings: Spoilers for all of Gundam 00.
Rating: PG.
Word Count: 4,353
Summary: It’s a return to the original memory that he lived, but when he looks up at his father this time, he tells him that he’ll be the one leading the operation.
Author’s Note: This is all gen.

what was it all for )
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2011-12-14 01:21 pm
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Writer's Block: B.Y.O.B. Holidays

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! It meant a lot to me growing up and it basically encapsulates the holiday season for me. I can't really explain why except that I just really, really enjoy it. Rudolph was very important to me, I guess. There's a real character there with depth, and you can tell a lot about him throughout the movie. It was very well made for its time period, and I honestly would not be surprised if someone had done a good critical analysis of it.
justice: (taking it in stride.)
2009-12-27 06:29 pm

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I'm going to do the unthinkable and actually start using this journal—at least, it'll be grouped in with my Twitter and Inksome checking, instead of completely forgotten. If you start getting comments from this journal, that explains it.

To those I knew before CFUD, this is Alison, to those I knew, well, after: this is Roxas, Sam, et al.