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William's Book Blog

Mostly book reviews.  Very rarely I'll allow William Campbell Powell (author) to write a blog entry on publishing activity, but he's under orders to keep that stuff over on his Facebook page and on http://williamcampbellpowell.com

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Fonda Lee
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Fonda Lee
Anansi Boys
Neil Gaiman
Zombie Elementary: The Real Story
Howard Whitehouse
Progress: 99 %
The Angel's Game (The Cemetery of Forgotten Books, #2)
Carlos Ruiz Zafón
Progress: 6/504 pages
The Longest Week: What Really Happened During Jesus' Final Days
Nick Page
Progress: 43/310 pages
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September
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Fonda Lee
Fonda Lee
Neil Gaiman
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Howard Whitehouse
currently reading
Carlos Ruiz Zafón
May 2016
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url: Return of the Link Tax?
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January 2016
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This book is not terrible but it could have been a lot better. The English is poor (the author is Italian, I think - certainl...
December 2015
29
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My sister is also depressed, so my mom's belief is that this might be SAD. Seasonal something disorder. Anyway, she and my...
December 2015
13
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December 2015
10
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December 2015
06
text: Two DNFs to report
Having re-listened to Neil Gaiman's Stardust on audiobook, and the author's postscript, in which he extolled the pleasure of ...
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Mark Twain, Guy Cardwell, John Seelye The Wasp Factory - Iain Banks
November 2015
27
reviewed: Quantum predictability
I so enjoyed the first book in the series. This was a real let-down. None of the twists and turns of the first novel. The ...
A Quantum Murder  - Peter F. Hamilton
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November 2015
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November 2015
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November 2015
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November 2015
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November 2015
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reviewed: Etiolated, Ineluctable, Pugnacious
No, not the book itself, but arguably the three adjectives Miéville overused most, to the point where I could see the next on...
Perdido Street Station  - Jonathan Oliver, China Miéville
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October 2015
30
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October 2015
22
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With the mixed reactions to Joanne Harris's "writer's manifesto," I started thinking about where I disagreed, and, yes, even ...
text: Just one warning, so far...
I see a lot of praise directed at China Miéville's works, so I decided to check out whether it was deserved or just hype. I ...
Perdido Street Station  - Jonathan Oliver, China Miéville