Books Read in November 2014

As things started to ease up in November, I found some time to read. The first book was for research, and it proved an interesting way of looking at how mythical creatures might have their roots in historical life, and what sorts of fears they might have tapped in the creation and continuation. The second book is by one of my favourite authors, Alan Dean Foster.


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