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Category Archives: book review
So I’ve been on a bit of a fantasy kick, which has nothing to do with working like crazy and wanting an escape from real life. Almost nothing. Anyway, I assume your to-be-read list is like mine—tall and mocking. … Continue reading
I’ve been slacking on my book reviews. I do have a reason, though: I’ve been lazy. (I said nothing about that reason being a particularly good one.) But I want to be better, like those on-the-ball women who … Continue reading
Sometimes I like to recommend books I love to The Man, and sometimes he reads them even though they don’t all have fighting scenes or superheroes or sports. I asked him to read The Raven Boys. “Yeah, it was good,” … Continue reading
Today marks the release of Marci Lyn Curtis’s The One Thing, which not only features a feisty heroine, a cute boy, and a bit of magic, but the best little kid ever. Here’s why you should read it: Maggie Sanders … Continue reading
I always feel a bit off after disliking a book everyone else loves. Like we’re a show choir and everyone’s belting out some big, epic song—maybe from Wicked because those songs are always big and epic and meaningful on Glee—and … Continue reading
Hello book clubbers, and thanks for joining in on the discussion of Red Queen, which is not The Red Queen, no matter how many times I typed it. Let’s start with a description, shall we? Graceling meets The Selection in … Continue reading