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CollectionsYour library (703), Currently reading (2), To read (149), Read but unowned (365), Included in omnibus/anthology (61), All collections (1,119)

Reviews555 reviews

Tagsscience fiction (425), fantasy (272), non-fiction (228), collection (78), sf masterworks (64), epic fantasy (64), science fantasy (61), philosophy (52), locus (43), space opera (40) — see all tags

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About meYou may check out my blog for more information about me, my reading pleasures, and my travels:

http://speculiction.blogspot.com

About my libraryEverything I own or have read, for better or worse.

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Real nameJesse Hudson

LocationWroclaw, Poland

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Member sinceMar 31, 2012

Currently readingRibofunk by Paul Di Filippo
The Very Best of Fantasy & Science Fiction: 60th Anniversary Anthology by Gordon Van Gelder

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HanJie,
I thought your review of The Man in the High Castle was very insightful. I recently finished the book and was looking at some of the reviews. I thought your analysis reflected how I felt, but with a much greater ability to express it!
I am looking forward to reading other reviews on your blog.
Thank you,
John
Your review of the Book of the New Sun was brilliant, insightful and helpful - many thanks. :)
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