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A review of "A Wrinkle in Time" by Madeline L’Engle

On a whim, I decided to state my views on that perennial children’s literary staple, A Wrinkle in Time, and in thinking over, I realized how weird it is. The main characters meet winged centaurs; travel in time, space, and other dimensions; visit alien dictatorships run by godlike beings, and have metaphor after metaphor thrown their […]

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A review of M.T. Anderson’s "Feed"

Before about three years ago, I had no idea M.T. Anderson had a career outside of writing the maniacally brilliant Thrilling Tales series, which deftly subverted and thoroughly deconstructed the tropes and conventions of 20th century children’s literature, and the eerie fantasy novel The Game of   Sunken Places which also gives a spin on old cliches. […]

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A review of "The Books of Magic" by Neil Gaiman

“The Books of Magic” is basically about a bespectacled British kid from a dysfunctional family situation finding out he’s a powerful wizard from benevolent adult wizards. Sound familiar? But this boy wizard’s name is Tim Hunter and he technically lives in the DC universe (well, a more mature version of it called “Vertigo” where various […]

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