The Daughter of Doctor Moreau, Silvia Moreno-Garcia

This year I’ve found myself reading a lot of classic retellings and The Daughter of Doctor Moreau is no exception. With a small cast of characters that widens the more you discover Moreau’s experiments, this one has the reader sympathetic with many of the characters. However, it took me a while to get into the… Continue reading The Daughter of Doctor Moreau, Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Sea of Tranquility, Emily St. John Mandel

I don’t really know how to review this book, and I’m afraid I don’t have much more to add to the conversation. I loved Olive’s quick wit; her answers in the interviews were amusing, although sometimes tedious. I liked Gaspery’s persistence, that he kept going, and that he knew an opportunity when he saw one… Continue reading Sea of Tranquility, Emily St. John Mandel

Light-Years From Home, Michaelbrent Collings

"Expect the unexpected"- Michaelbrent Collings tagline, (probably, or at least it should be) “The human body is kind of miraculous, if you think about it. Incredibly frail compared to so many other animals, but at the same time it can endure a lot, and get used to things you wouldn’t believe it could. Pain can… Continue reading Light-Years From Home, Michaelbrent Collings