Imminent Danger: And How to Fly Straight into It by Michelle Proulx

Combining intergalactic peril with comic romance, this book offers entertainment free of both mawkishness and explosion-escalation. Eris Miller’s biggest problem is not quite fitting in at her rich boarding school. Until she is kidnapped by aliens intent on selling her in slavery, rescued by a dashing renegade called Varrin, and then sold into slavery by … Continue reading Imminent Danger: And How to Fly Straight into It by Michelle Proulx

Chasing Nonconformity by Michelle Proulx

Note: this review is based on a copy so advanced the book has not actually been written yet. As such the writer specifically offers no warranty that it will bear any relation to the book once it has been written. A fuller explanation follows the body of the review. next place. paid towards Him insipidity … Continue reading Chasing Nonconformity by Michelle Proulx

The Coin Collector by Michelle Proulx

Combining a good ear for humour with sound logical arguments, Proulx creates a short story about taxation that is neither lumpy with tedium nor spattered by absurd ranting. Mr Quimbly is the Tax and Revenue Agency's newest investigator. Eager to do well on his first assignment, he girds his metaphysical loins and sallies forth to … Continue reading The Coin Collector by Michelle Proulx