After a great evening of food, fun and a full group, the Jane Austen Book Group has chosen to indulge in some jocularity with Jeeves. In other words, we are going to read P. G.
While I give the little National Geographic Pocket Guide: Birds of North America four stars, be warned that this is not a field guide. It does not even cover all common birds in any region. For instance, it covers four woodpecker species but completely leaves out the Hairy Woodpecker, which is a common enough species anywhere.
Our Lego Duck winners are:
Disappointing. Over the years since the O'Malley series came out, I have recommended it warmly to many readers. I was excited about this addition to the great family Henderson had created. When I first saw the book, my heart sank. It was so small, I knew it couldn't have much to it. And I was right. The story doesn't give much new information or background for Jennifer.
Planck's debut novel, The Kassa Gambit, combines several elements that make it hard to categorize. Set in the distant future when Earth is a legend and a curse word, the book follows two people, police detective Kyle Daspar and freighter captain Prudence Falling . Farming planet Kassa is where they meet, brought together at