She said it’s the end… Yep, that’s right. Hundred Oaks is done, according to Miranda Kenneally’s Twitter feed. Her final book in the series, Coming Up For Air, is all about firsts but it also takes a look back to where it all started. Maggie King has been […]
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
I was interested in reading “Halfway Perfect” by Julie Cross and Mark Perini because I really enjoyed Ms. Cross’ book, “Third Degree” that came out last year. It was such a fun, clever, and romantic story. “Halfway Perfect” turned out to be a totally different type of story than “Third Degree” and maybe my disappointment in not getting another “Third Degree” clouded my enjoyment of this one. Ever have that happen to you? Have your expectations all set for one thing and then get served another? That’s kind of what happened to me here.
Superheroes – they are everywhere this summer! From summer library reading programs to the big screen. You can’t step two feet without tripping over a new superhero. Or an old one made new and shiny. You would think I’d be sick of them by now. I kind of am. But somehow reading a story about a girl with zero powers who was raised in the world of heroes and villains felt… right.