Chinese food + opera + magic = a hungry reader
“I think it‘s time to recruit the most dangerous man in these halls,” she said.
Trig looked back up to the Hall of Songs, the Shahiid they‘d just fled from.
“I thought we just ran away from the most dangerous man in these halls?”
Mia tried to smile.
Settled for shaking her head.
“You‘ve obviously not spent enough time with librarians, Don Tric.”
On street naming (and renaming) in Victorian London cc @surlyspice
The audio version of these books is sooooooo goooooood I want to savor every second but I also want to know what happens! I have the print book also so I can see the layout and illustrations.
A pretty accessible work on the beginning of the end of the Roman Republic. Adapted from a podcast (I listened to the audio). It made me want to listen to SPQR again!
I also believe in the healing power of samosas! @surlyspice
"They're afraid because we exist, she says. There's nothing that we did to provoke their fear, other than exist. There's nothing we can do to earn their approval, except stop existing--so we can either die like they want, or laugh at their cowardice and go on with our lives."
The audiobook is definitely the way to go with this one. I loved spending time listening to Eddie tell me stories (and look things up on Wikipedia while recording)! Bonus #BeanSecretlyBrownCat @surlyspice