OK, yes, there are the reviews of fantasy books.
But better than that : Michele is, indeed, a scholar. As you can see from her sidebar, she originally concentrated on literature from World War I. Michele takes that same dedication to her reviews, regardless of the book.
Bluntly: she's no literary snob.
Right now, she's on a Doctor Who kick that has extended to the series tie-in books. Talk about a niche that gets no respect! Yet Michele treats the books with the same type of respect, and analysis, as she would any other book.
For the record: my favorite series tie in books of all time were for original Battlestar Galactica.
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Saturday, February 17, 2007
Why I Like Reading Scholar's Blog
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Thanks for your kind words, Liz. The reason I'm treating the "Doctor Who" books as seriously as any other books (apart from the fact I'm not a literary snob!) is that these books are very popular with children over here, and I see no reason to treat them any differently than any other popular children's books.
(I confess I've never got into Battlestar Galactica - either the old or the new incarnations.)
That you see no reason to treat these books differently is why you rock.
I rock ? Oh cool ! ;-D
I like Michele's blog because she loves LOTR. When she launched her blog I linked to her immediately!
I first "discovered" Michele when I followed her posts during a Chld_lit Tolkien bashing a few years ago. I could tell she was a kindred spirit!
Aw thanks, Camille. It's true, we do have a lot of tastes in common, most notable LotR !
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