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Tag: Kage Baker

The Hotel Under The Sand by Kage Baker (book review).

March 28, 2015 | By | Reply More
The Hotel Under The Sand by Kage Baker (book review).

‘The Hotel Under The Sand’ is a novella by Kage Baker. It is the story of young Emma, who is swept from her home by a violent storm which leaves her stranded on a beach far away. There she meets the ghost of a young boy who used to be a bell captain at the […]

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Nell Gwynne’s On Land And At Sea by Kage Baker and Kathleen Bartholomew (book review).

January 25, 2014 | By | Reply More
Nell Gwynne’s On Land And At Sea by Kage Baker and Kathleen Bartholomew (book review).

When an author dies at the peak of their career it creates dilemmas, especially if there are unfinished manuscripts. There is always that temptation for someone to step in and try to complete the job. More than one person has attempted to second-guess Charles Dickens and produce an ending for ‘Edwin Drood’. Other times, and […]

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The Best of Kage Baker.

August 31, 2012 | By | Reply More
The Best of Kage Baker.

The big problem with anything that is labelled ‘Best Of…’ is no one can actually agree what should be included or left out. While it is useful to stimulate discussion, the ultimate choice will either leave the reader smug or frustrated. While the author is available to be the final arbiter, there is an excuse […]

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