In the last couple of months I’ve read more than series books than usual. I don’t like reviewing series after the first book, because (1) it’s too spoilerish and (2) because series books are usually pretty fluffy and there isn’t much to say about… Continue Reading “Books in Series: a Mid-Year Round-Up”
It’s entirely possible I’m reading too many books aimed at younger audiences (see this recent post), because I didn’t care for this one. By the end, I appreciated what Levithan was trying to do, and I also appreciated the creative, complex concept of the… Continue Reading “Every Day by David Levithan”
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”
I received this as a review request from the author, Genevieve Graham. I was going to pass on it, in part because of the cheesy cover, but Graham’s email insisted this is not a romance novel. She also compared it to one of my… Continue Reading “A Review of Under the Same Sky by Genevieve Graham”
I decided to give up on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. It just didn’t do it for me — I didn’t like the way it was written and didn’t find either main character compelling. There must be a reason everyone in the world… Continue Reading “Review: Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews”
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