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: The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey
“The Snow Child” is simply one of those books that really cannot be adequately captured in words that come from someone other than the author, I think, and any attempt to do so too extensively will kill the magic that is imbued within it.
Review: The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
“The Thirteenth Tale” is not a bad book. Unfortunately, neither is it a great one. It is a novel that contains a great concept and some wonderful ideas, but does little with them.
Review: A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin
This is a piece of literature that, like its predecessor, requires a great deal of time and effort from its reader. Also like its predecessor, thankfully, it’s well worth the investment.
Review: A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin
Somehow, Martin manages to take all of these pieces and make a cohesive whole. It all ties together wonderfully, and I’m at a loss as to how he manages to do it so well. Naturally, there are a lot of loose ends left after things draw to a close, yet it stands as a compliment to Martin’s storytelling ability that I wanted to pick up the sequel the moment that I finished the first installment.
Review: Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell
That rare book that deserves the titling of “novel,” David Mitchell’s work is an ambitious piece of literature that manages to tell a wide-reaching story without once losing its focus.
Review: Riveted by Meljean Brook
Kat Kennedy makes a small divergence from Young Adult novels to review Riveted by Meljean Brook. Read more to find out what she thought!
Review: The Reapers Are the Angels by Alden Bell
A post-apocalyptic zombie novel. Sounds good right? Archer thought that too. He couldn’t have been more disappointed.
Review: Sh*t My Dad Says by Justin Halpern
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Justin Helprin’s Sh*t My Dad Says, proving that some things are better left on Twitter.
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: Fire Baptized by Kenya Wright
Kat Kennedy reviews indie Paranormal Fantasy novel, Fire Baptized by Kenya Wright. Also, isn’t it a LOVELY day?
Review: Poughkeepsie by Debra Anastasia
There has been a great discussion in the comments about […]
Review: Shadowlander by Theresa Meyers
In one regard, life has taught me not to expect […]
Review: The Shadow Reader by Sandy Williams
The Shadow Reader had everything I love in a fae […]
Review: Beauty Dates the Beast by Jessica Sims
Author blurb for Jill Myles from the author profile for […]
Review: Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione
I still remember the first time I rode a horse […]
Review: Let The Right One in by John Ajvide Lindqvist
Imagine for a moment that you were at an event, […]
Review: Storm Born by Richelle Mead
Did you hear that sound? That sound, right there? Okay, […]
Review: The Edge of Darkness by Lissa Bilyk
When I was a young girl in middle school I had […]
Review: Succubus Revealed by Richelle Mead
I finally figured out the issue with the conclusion of […]
Review: The Anita Blake Series by Laurell K Hamilton
Okay, so some of the girls asked that I do […]
Review: Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning
Usually when reviewing a book, it’s possible to give away […]
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