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Review: Eternal by Cecy Robson

Posted October 27, 2017 in Review / 12 Comments
Review: Eternal by Cecy Robson

Ever pick up a book, start reading it and never want it to end? Oh, yeeaaaah…  But we usually only get a few of those in our lifetime and they sure are hard to find. But when they happen…  MAGIC.   I have a small confession to make before I […]

Review: Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett

Posted September 11, 2017 in Review / 12 Comments
Review: Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett

You’re reading along, on the virtual edge of your seat.  You’re at the so-called “resolution” of the book and BAM!   You hit the “ABOUT THE AUTHOR” page…  *sad trombone* It was just getting really, really good!! It’s okay.  I’m okay.  Honestly, Even the Darkest Stars was such a surprisingly […]

Review: The Turn by Kim Harrison

Posted February 16, 2017 in Review / 18 Comments
Review: The Turn by Kim Harrison

Don’t shoot me but I haven’t read the final book in The Hollows series. I blame it on two things.  The first is I have an irrational fear of reading last books in a series for fear of being disappointed with the very last hurrah.  Second, I got a wee […]

Review: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Posted August 22, 2016 in Review / 9 Comments
Review: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

By now you’ve most likely heard about the book Illuminae.  It’s innovative, fast-paced, and extremely mind-numbingly contemplative.  I’m sure many of my brain cells suffered in the reading of this book.  And I didn’t have many to spare. Illuminae rightfully won many awards in it’s first year of publication and it […]

Review: The Telling by Alexandra Sirowy

Posted August 4, 2016 in Review / 4 Comments
Review: The Telling by Alexandra Sirowy

    This is one of my favorite lines from Monty Python and it fits so many things in life.  It just sings in my head whenever I come across something I’ve never seen or experienced before in my life.  And The Telling certainly qualifies for this quote.  I was […]