Here are three more science fiction and fantasy mini-reviews, brought to you by the 20 Books of Summer Challenge. Since it’s pretty difficult to review books that are part of series, I’m keeping these short. I recommend all three if you’re looking for good,… Continue Reading “Science Fiction and Fantasy Mini-Reviews”
I loved everything about this book. You’ve probably heard of Jenny Lawson by now, but if you haven’t, she writes a blog as The Blogess and a couple of years ago published her first book, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened. Lawson’s writing is really… Continue Reading “Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson”
I read a lot of fluffiness in the weeks before and after New Years, and I’m not apologizing for it. Steelheart, The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, and this book were all fun reads that I thoroughly enjoyed. Now I’m geared up… Continue Reading “One Last Thing Before I Go by Jonathan Tropper”
Attachments is a book I wouldn’t have read (or probably even have heard of) if not for my blogging friend Alley over at What Red Read. When I asked for recommendations for good travel reads, she suggested this one. And it was perfect. It’s… Continue Reading “Review: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell”
This is Book Two in the Tiffany Aching series, a young adult series that’s part of the larger Discworld series. In the series, the world is actually a disc that rides on the backs of four elephants standing on the back of a turtle.… Continue Reading “Review: A Hat Full of Sky by Terry Pratchett”
My blogger-friend Alley at What Red Read often recommends Christopher Moore, with good reason. Moore writes a unique brand of what I’ll call supernatural humor, somewhat similar to Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett or A. Lee Martinez. A Dirty Job, like the books of Jasper… Continue Reading “Review of A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore”
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