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Jerrey queiggoo shiaghtin jeig ny Shalee Lhaih. Shoh ny lhiah mee yn çhiaghtin shoh chaie:
Steampunk Cthulhu (re. Jeffrey Thomas)
Çhaglym mie dy skeealyn quaagh, scoaghagh as contoyrtyssagh bentyn rish far-Victorianaght as Lovecraftaght. Va skeeal ny ghaa ayns shoh nagh row lane vie er lhiam, as va feme er kuse jeu er reaghey reesht. Ny yei shen, hooar mee ymmodee skeealyn anaasoil noa ayns shoh. Ga dy nee cooish er lheh t'ayn, shimmey sorçh dy skeeal ta ry-akin ayns shoh: contoyrtyssyn, skeealaght whaagh, as graih hene.
Lhaih mee 1 lioar, va 119 aym yn çhiaghtin shoh chaie, myr shen ta 118 faagit dou nish.
The end of week fifteen of the Reading Project. Here's what I've read this week:
Steampunk Cthulhu (ed. Jeffrey Thomas)
A set of weird and horror tales at the intersection of steampunk and the Cthulhu Mythos. There were a few things here that didn't really do much for me, and sadly a few could have done with more rigorous editing. However, there are a lot of novel, well-written stories that I enjoyed very much. I was particularly pleased by the variety of the collection, given its limited theme. There's everything from adventure to romance to classic weird tale in here.
I read 1 book, I had 119 last week, so 118 are left over.