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J LHLS Archives: August 2006

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

The Meaning of Night: A Confession
By Michael Cox
Published W.W. Norton
Publication date: September 2006

Review by Kathryn Ramage

This novel starts with a murder, but not the murder our first-person narrator and protagonist Edward Glapthorne plans to commit. This killing is of an anonymous man Glapthorne has followed through the streets of London, as a sort of dress rehearsal for the murder he truly intends, a poet named Phoebus Rainsford Daunt. [more]

Posted by Kathryn L Ramage @ 02:14 PM PST [Link]

Sunday, August 13, 2006

Enchanter, Vol. 1
by Izumi Kawachi
Digital Manga Publishing

Review by Tom Good

Haruhiko is a student who has fallen in love with his beautiful teacher Yuka. Then a woman named Eukanaria who looks a lot like Yuka (but dresses much more provocatively) descends through a magical portal and into his life. Haruhiko may be getting nowhere with Yuka, but Eukanaria definitely wants his body. The bad news is that she is being pursued by demons, and she wants his body for a supernatural experiment that does not sound especially safe. She offers sexual favors in exchange for his cooperation, but will he agree to become a raw material for her magic? [more]

Posted by Tom Good @ 11:52 PM PST [Link]

The Archangels of Dreamland
By Steven L. Fawcette
Published by The Trophy Group

Review by Kathryn Ramage

The story begins like an old-fashioned sci-fi B-movie: two teenagers are parked and making out in the local Lover's Lane--in this case, in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947--when a spaceship crash-lands nearby. The teens investigate, only to find all but one alien dead in the crash. A jeep-load of soldiers soon arrives to "clean up" the crash site and kill the one survivor. But before he dies, the surviving alien touches the girl, Mary Jane, on the navel... [more]

Posted by Kathryn L Ramage @ 01:15 PM PST [Link]

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