Supervisor at Fergus Branch and card-carrying member of the Slow Readers Club. My background is environmental science, and my reading reflects this. Probably not the best person to ask about movies (try WCL_Kayleigh or WCL_Danielle for those) but I'll give you armfuls of books.
"I loved this book as much as the first, and maybe even slightly more, which is a rare thing in a series and testament to the skill of Martha Wells. I am extremely invested in Murderbot's story, and ART was another amazing character; I've never bee..."
"Not without flaws, but I did enjoy this mystery. It's much more about characters and social conventions than it is a regular police procedural, and it does get a bit bogged down in the exposition of British society's hypocrisy in the Victorian era..."
Careless of both murder and manners, Charlotte Ellison and her sister, two determinedly unconventional young women, ignore Victorian mores and actively join the police investigation, led by young Inspector Thomas Pitt, into the murder of their...