Monthly Archives: September 2010

“Jurassic Park” and “The Lost World” by Michael Crichton
I love Michael Crichton‘s writing.  I’ve got several of his books and I happily read anything with his name on it.  Somehow, though, I have [...]
The Elenium Trilogy by David Eddings
I have read The Elenium trilogy many, many times over the years.  I discovered it one day while I was in high school just wandering around the library.  I [...]
“There Was a Child Went Forth”
When I was in middle school, I was in TAG Reading and English classes.  TAG was what the “talented and gifted” program was called.  I had the [...]
“The Unicorn and the Lake” and “The Unicorn Alphabet”
I’m reading these two books specifically for the second category of the TwentyTen Reading Challenge.  That is the “T.B.R.” (or “to [...]
“The Lorax” and “Underwear!”
For the “re-read a favorite book from your childhood” mini-challenge for the Flashback Challenge (and since I’m doing the literati level [...]
My Bio-Fat
Bio-Fat = Biological Father = Dalton Joseph Marchand, Junior I’m not sure when I shortened the term “biological father” to [...]
“Septimus Heap” by Angie Sage
“Septimus Heap” is a fantasy series written by Angie Sage.  I’ve really enjoyed reading the five books that are out and I can’t [...]
Three Cornelia Funke Books
Cornelia Funke is an amazing author, in my opinion.  I recently finished reading several of her books.  I raided the library originally for the Inkworld [...]