Steph reviewed Velvet by Temple West, talked about cookies a lot and made herself really hungry.
Review: Extraordinary Means by Robyn Schneider
Warning: unpopular opinion ahead. You know when you read a […]
Review: In a World Just Right by Jen Brooks
So boring I wanted to throw myself against my white walls repeatedly like a pinball machine just to shake things up.
Review: My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga
The first 50% had me hooked, but the ending disappointed me and left no room for redemption.
Review: The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead
There are two ways you can look at The Ruby […]
Review: Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
Snow Like Ashes ended up not being a Steph book.
Review: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Like all the other Rainbow Rowell books, this one had loads of potential, but failed to live up to the hype.
Review: Exquisite Captive by Heather Demetrios
Meg feels there is promise for this new series, but remains unimpressed with Exquisite Captive.
Review: A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall
Paola tries really hard to think of something positive to say about A Little Something Different but fails miserably.
Early Cuddles: The Beautiful Ashes by Jeaniene Frost
Kat gives an Early Cuddle to The Beautiful Ashes by Jeaniene Frost. Come and see why her enchantment was less than complete.
Review: Life By Committee by Corey Ann Haydu
Here’s the thing, technically, Life By Committee is not bad. […]
To All the Books I Forgot to Review (2): Audiobooks Edition + Giveaway
Since I’ve started my little project of Reading Whatever I […]
Review: Death Sworn by Leah Cypess
Death Sworn, what the hell happened? I’m sorry, that’s harsh. […]
Review: The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater
What’s left, then, is a sequel that tries to do many things and fails at nearly all of them. It is both too self-contained to feel a proper continuation of a preexisting story and ongoing series, and too listless to work as a memorable piece of fiction in its own right. It is both too open-ended in regards to some plotlines and too conclusive when it comes to others. It presents a façade of evolution by lazily pushing forward uninteresting threads and finalizing ones that should have gone on whilst bringing the most important enigmas to a frustrating stasis.
Review: Avalon by Mindee Arnett
Meg reviews Avalon, it’s kind of like a robot: technically interesting, no human emotion.
Review: Ashes to Ashes by Melissa C. Walker
Meg Morley reviews the jazz out of Ashes to Ashes by Melissa C. Walker. Come check out why this book was DOA.
Review: Tumble & Fall by Alexandra Coutts
Tumble & Fall Otherwise known as Tumble & BORE (sorry, […]
Review: Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier
Meg reviews Ruby Red and revolts at the idea of calling it sci fi.
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