[LMB] Discussion topics

Tony Zbaraschuk tzbarasc at lasierra.edu
Thu Jul 15 18:26:34 BST 2021


I would be very happy to join such a re-read of the Aaronovich books.
(Don't have any of the graphic novels, mostly due to budget reasons.)

Tony Z

On Thu, Jul 15, 2021 at 11:08 AM Margaret Dean <margdean56 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Like Gwynne, I'm in the middle of a reread of the Rivers of London series,
> now that I have most of it (apart from one or two of the later graphic
> novels), in internal-chronological order. I'm currently slotting in the
> various GNs and shorter works that come between *Broken Homes* and *The
> Hanging Tree*.
>
> At the appropriate point I went back and reread our on-list discussions of
> the first two novels. Boy, I would like to have similar discussions of
> later works. There are a couple of Facebook groups devoted to the series
> and at least one Goodreads group, but Facebook in particular is not really
> conducive to in-depth discussion.
>
>
> --Margaret Dean
>   <margdean56 at gmail.com>
>
>
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2021 at 7:35 AM Tony Zbaraschuk <tzbarasc at lasierra.edu>
> wrote:
>
> > I've been reading (and re-reading) Tamsyn's Muirs Locked Tomb trilogy.
> > Well, the first two books, anyway; the third isn't out yet.  Teen angst,
> > haunted house, lesbian necromancers in space, haunted space station,
> > ten-thousand-year-old mysteries, a whole bunch of action, one of the more
> > important characters is a middle-aged female historian (Abigail Pent),
> and
> > Harrow and Gideon have such different takes on the universe that it's a
> joy
> > to see their relationship develop, and their crossed viewpoints on
> certain
> > actions.  And all sorts of juicy hints about the background of the
> universe
> > that I hope will be prominent in the third book.
> >
> > (Sample chapters available on tor.com, plus a re-read of the first book,
> > GIDEON THE NINTH.)
> >
> >
> > Tony Z
> >
> > On Thu, Jul 15, 2021 at 7:59 AM Rebecca Price <becca7108 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >
> > > I discovered on my Kindle a Nora Roberts I somehow haven't read yet,
> and
> > > Roberts is for me like Bujold is: when I get her writing style stuck in
> > my
> > > head, nothing else will do.
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-- 
Tony Zbaraschuk
Bookworm, talker, learner
Et vocavit Deus, "Fiat lux!"


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