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A mystery set in a private college, it follows the actions and thoughts of three students as they attend classes for Logic and Reasoning 204, taught in a very unusual fashion by a quite mysterious Professor Williams. I found it very intriguing, with a totally unexpected plot twist ending.
|Title:||World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War|
Having seen trailers for the movie, I saw this book and figured it was the basis for the movie. Although it may be (I guess I won't know unless I go see the movie), I usually enjoy books more than movies based on them. So I picked it up. I'm not really into the whole zombie thing, but I imagine that if I was I might have enjoyed it more. As it is, it was mildly entertaining, but no great shakes.
The sequel to Daemon. Although not quite so believable as the first book, it's still and excellent read. Again, I recommend it to anyone interested in computers and sci-fi!
|Title:||Mistress of the Art of Death|
|Format:||audiobook on CD|
A mystery set in medieval Cambridge, involving a serial murderer of children, and the hunt to find him by a Jewish detective, a woman forensic doctor (I kid you not!), and her Moorish eunuch guardian. All in all, it makes for some entertaining listening, somewhat fantastic, but entertaining.
It's the third of a trilogy, but it is a good read by itself, the previous two are not needed for it to make sense. I enjoyed the “story within a story” aspect of it, but the ending was somewhat flat.