Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Alan Dean Foster - Catalyst
Catalyst, or Cat-a-lyst, stayed on the shelf for two years before I read it. I was reading quite a bit at the time. (You wouldn't be able to tell, now would you?)
Eager for adventure, movie star Jason Carter tags along on a treasure hunt in Peru where he and his friend discover a lost civilization intent on conquering the world
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Sunday, May 27, 2018
Mel Gilden - Surfing Samurai Robots / Hawaian Ufo Aliens
In Surfing Samurai Robots and Hawaiian Ufo Aliens there's a five feet two sleuth with a big nose and a mission... to become the next Philip Marlowe.
Oh yes, I almost forgot. He calls himself Zoot and he's actually an alien beneath that long trenchcoat.
By NineLizards - May 27, 2018 No comments:
Saturday, May 26, 2018
Ziggo's prijsverhoging (Dutch)
Ziggo heeft zojuist (opnieuw) haar prijzen verhoogd. Om 'meer en betere' diensten te kunnen aanbieden.
Op zich niet onredelijk.Alleen is het niet helemaal waar.
By NineLizards - May 26, 2018 No comments:
Friday, May 25, 2018
Lawrence Watt Evans - The Lure of the Basilisk / The Seven Altars of Dusarra / ...
Just plain heroic fantasy, the hero Garth fits right between Elric and Conan. Well, you have to be in the mood for these, and then it's okay though not exceptional.
One note: Garth is a hero whose stomach aches and whose feet hurt. Quite an uncommon feature in this category.
By NineLizards - May 25, 2018 No comments:
Christopher Nuttall - The Oncoming Storm / Falcone Strike / Cursed Command / ...
And yes, another Christopher Nuttall series. Well, he is productive. This time it's the younger sister of Honor Harrington. There's no treecat even though the main character is called 'Kat'. Yeah, unrelated, I know.
Anyway, this is space opera, as the book covers clearly illustrate.
By NineLizards Two - May 25, 2018 No comments:
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