Index of Reviews and Articles on BookAddiction

A

Atwood, Margaret, The Blind Assassin (Review)

Augustus, Patrick, Don’t Make Me Laugh (Review)

Austen, Jane, Mansfield Park, Revisiting Mansfield Park (Article); Mansfield Park (Review)

B

Bakis, Kristen, The Lives of the Monster Dogs (Review)

Barnes, Julian, Before She Met Me (Review)

C

Chesney, George, The Battle of Dorking (Review)

Coleman, Christine, The Dangerous Sports Euthanasia Society (Review)

Collins, Wilkie, The Moonstone, Dastardly Adventures, Hilarious Caricatures and a Thumping-good Mystery with a Diamond at its Heart (Review)

D

E

Ellis, Joan, I am Ella. Buy Me (Review)

F

French, Tana, The Secret Place, Now I Know Who Killed Him Too (Review)

G

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, The Yellow Wallpaper (Review)

Giltrow, Helen, The Distance (Review)

Griffin, Nicholas, The Masquerade (Review)

H

Haig, Matt, Dead Fathers Club (Review)

Haig, Matt, The Humans (Article)

Haschka, Tori, Cut the Carbs (Review)

Hofmann, Corinne, The White Masai (Review)

I

J

Jonasson, Ragnar, Snowblind (Review)

K

Kurkov, Andrey, Death and the Penguin (Review)

L

Lewycka, Marina, A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian (Review)

Lukes, Steven, The Curious Enlightenment of Professor Caritat, A readable travelogue of western political theory (Review)

M

Maitland, Karen, The Vanishing Witch (Review)

McCall Smith, Alexander, The Sunday Philosophy Club (Review)

McDermid, Val, Splinter the Silence, On Val McDermid, Gothic Graveyards and Literary Greats (Article)

Milton, Giles, Edward Trencom’s Nose: A Novel of History, Dark Intrigue and Cheese (Review)

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O

P

Ponte, David, Cabana: The Cookbook (Review)

Q

R

Renberg, Tore, See You Tomorrow (Review)

S

Sharpe, James, The Bewitching of Anne Gunter: A horrible and true tale of football, witchcraft, murder and the King of England (Review)

Sherrill, Steven, The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break (Review)

Smith, Alexander McCall, The Sunday Philosophy Club (Review)

Steel, Flora Annie, English Fairy Tales, illustrated by Arthur Rackham (Article)

Sullivan, Margaret C, Jane Austen Cover to Cover: 200 Years of Classic Covers (Review)

T

Tey, Josephine, The Franchise Affair (Review)

U

V

W

Walsh, Helen, The Lemon Grove (Review)

Williamson, Audrey, The Mystery of the Princes on the Tower (Review)

X

Y

Z

Zimler, Richard, The Guardian of the Dawn (Review)

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1 thought on “Index of Reviews and Articles on BookAddiction”

  1. foxavierjostleplume said:

    Hello Book Addiction:

            I thought you’d might enjoy a free advanced release e-copy of the brand new sci-fi fantasy comedy 11,984.  This is not a conventional novel. It contains a lot of creative innovations, including punctuation from the future. 

            Thousands of years in the future, humanity has finally eradicated war, poverty, and all forms of human suffering. With no problems or unanswered questions remaining in the world, everyone is bored out of their minds, that is until the sun starts putting on a light show, the first warning sign it’s getting ready to supernova!

           Our heroes from the year 11,984 are your typical family of two mothers, three fathers, a couple of kids, and plenty of robots. Fun-loving Troll, so called because of her giant troll doll hair(They don’t have names in the future, or wear clothes) is the world’s leading hydrologist/interior decorator, whose plans to retire quickly change when faced with the drought to end all droughts. Bulb, bald head glowing like a lightbulb, is the cranky Minister of Rational Thought. His faith in science is tested by the total collapse of society. Last but not least is Litterbot, the clumsy garbagebot who gets no respect, and whose highest priority–to clean–is frustrated by a world without messes. 

           As the family works on building an escape spaceship, the sun bombards them in changing colors, which unbeknownst to them causes radiation insanity. The sky colors keep growing stronger, and these totally peaceful people are at each other’s throats. It gets so bad their bodies mutate (which helps them work faster) and world computer crashes (forcing them to read primitive paper books, and rely more on Litterbot.) Will they launch before getting smashed to pieces? 

          My first humor novel, Foxavier and Plinka, was published in 2013, and is also available.

    May I email the complete 11,984 manuscript of 75,000 words?

    Thank you.

    Scott Evans

    Scottevansrochester@yahoo.com

    15 Savannah St., Rochester NY

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