Daily Archives: May 18, 2011

A Song for Arbonne – Guy Gavriel Kay

(HarperCollins 2011, originally published 1992) Like most of Kay’s work, A Song for Arbonne is what I’d call ‘historical fantasy’ – taking history of our world and transplanting it into an invented world like ours, but different. This book takes … Continue reading

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Plagiarism

“In one word he told me secret of success in mathematics… Plagiarize.” (‘Lobachevsky’ – Tom Lehrer) I found at the weekend that one of my reviews – of Sparkling Cyanide, by Agatha Christie – had been lifted and reposted on … Continue reading

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