“11/22/63” is not a horror story, nor a science-fiction one. It is not a thriller, nor a romance. It is a great many things, and something worth the time of King fans and general fiction readers alike.
Review: Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
Meg reviews Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, gawdy satire at its finest.
Review: A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin
“A Dance with Dragons” is not perfect, but it is an excellent sequel nonetheless. It may be overlong. It may be overwritten. I simply cannot bring myself to care.
Review: Unteachable by Leah Raeder
Steph Sinclair reviews Unteachable by Leah Raeder and explains why the book made her feels fall out her eyeballs.
Review: Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier
Meg reviews Ruby Red and revolts at the idea of calling it sci fi.
Random Reads: T-Rex Troubles by Christie Sims & Alara Branwen
Steph reviews T-Rex Troubles per Cuddlebuggery’s suggestion box. She’s not exactly sure that was a smart idea, but it did afford her many LOLZ.
Review: For Darkness Shows The Stars by Diana Peterfreund
Meg reviews For Darkness Shows The Stars, a book that gave her all the feels. ALL. THE. FEELS.
Review: The Shining by Stephen King
It’s frightening, it’s complex, and it’s a wild ride. True, the author can get bogged down in tedious descriptions and exposition, and lose the power of his subtlety with the inevitable climax of extravagance that tends to make an appearance near the end, but the plot is no less compelling because of either tendency.
Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
It is a sweet yet hard-edged tale, easy to pick up and easy to finish, and the lack of commitment makes “The Ocean at the End of the Lane” a book that every reader can pick up.
Review: ReVamped by Ada Adams
Kat Kennedy reviews ReVamped because, apparently, no matter how many vampire novels she reads, she can never get enough. Does ReVamped make the cut, though? Read on to find out!
Review: Ink by Amanda Sun
Kat Kennedy reviews Ink by Amanda Sun and tries to explain the unreasonable disappointment she had using both words and images because, frankly, words just weren’t enough.
Review: Exiled by M.R. Merrick
Kat Kennedy reviews M.R. Merrick’s debut novel, Exiled. A story about someone who reminds her almost too eerily of her little brother. Aladdin references ensue. You have been warned.
Review: Sins & Needles by Karina Halle
Steph Sinclair reviews Sins & Needles by Karina Halle and gives three reasons why here happy cat died along the way, complete wit pop culture references FTW (because obviously she was bored enough to sound track her review).
Review: Taken by Erin Bowman
Dystopian world, a village full of twists, rebel forces, hot twins and everything Kat ever dreamed of – yet somehow Taken just wasn’t her cup of tea. Come find out why!
Review: The Shadow Society by Marie Rutkoski
Adrienne Fray reviews The Shadow Society by Marie Rutkoski. Read more to find out what didn’t work out for her.
Review: Defy The Stars by Stephanie Parent
Adrienne Fray reviews the Romeo and Juliet retelling, Defy the Stars by Stephanie Parent.
Review: MILA 2.0 by Debra Driza
Stephanie Sinclair reviews MILA 2.0 by Debra Driza and complains about characterization and plot devices.
Review: Easy by Tammara Webber
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Easy by Tammara Webber. Find out why she calls it one of the best books she’s ever read!
Review: Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Kat Kennedy reviews Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout, plays a drinking game for the best insults to Daemon, muses over the story and characters and compares Obsidian to Twilight. Come find out what Kat ultimately decided about the controversial and addictive Young Adult series.
Review: Entangled by Nikki Jefford
Kat Kennedy reviews Entangled by Nikki Jefford and takes this opportunity to rant a little bit, then rant a little bit more. Read on to see what went down and while Entangled just didn’t seem to work.
Review: Easy by Tamara Webber
Kat Kennedy reviews Easy by Tamara Webber, shakes her booty and waxes lyrical about the treatment of rape in literature. Read on to see what got her shaking what her mother gave her.
Review: Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Stephanie Sinclair gives her thoughts on Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout and somehow demonstrates the ability to fan herself and write a review at the same time. Amazing.
Review: Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Stephanie Sinclair reviews the blogosphere sensation, Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout and muses on her five step process to awesomeness.
Review: Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James
Stephanie Sinclair reviews E.L. James’ debut, Fifty Shades of Grey. Lots of badly written sex, little sense.
Review: Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini
NO STARS! Quick! Someone get me chocolate! Lots and lots […]
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