I love finding answers to life's questions, reading mysteries and also a little of everything else, riding my bike, petting my dogs, playing board games, playing video games with mute main characters in floppy green hats, travel, and learning new things.
"I'll admit that the lure of reading a dystopian future Kansas is the main reason I picked this up, and in that respect I was disappointed: Kansas is barely involved in this book. The world, though, is lovingly built and chillingly possible. Howeve..."
"This series is always a lot of fun, with its zany cast of characters and their improbable but entertaining adventures. The 1970s Laos setting is almost a character in itself. If you prefer to read in order, start with The Coroner's Lunch--I think ..."
"Tells a sometimes brutally honest story with inviting, evocative art. I have a dog that has more than a few things in common with Beija (they even came from the same shelter!), but even without that shared ground, this book has a lot to say to any..."