Category: Genre

Review: Instructions by Neil Gaiman

Review: Instructions by Neil Gaiman

I have a confession to make . . . I don’t have much use for Neil Gaiman as far as full-length novels go. I KNOW. *dons sackcloth* *mortifies flesh* I gave him a more than fair shot, but Neverwhere and The Graveyard Book both bored me to tears, I didn’t make it more than a […]

— Posted November 15, 2017 by Jessica / 2 Comments
Review: After Dark by Emi Gayle (@Mollykatie112, @emijgale)

Review: After Dark by Emi Gayle (@Mollykatie112, @emijgale)

Teenage girl who just happen to be something other than human. It’s been written about so many times. But. Sometimes a book comes along that even though a tad similar to all the others, it’s actually so different and well written that the reader can forget all about any similarities. MacKenzie(Mac)is a changeling and what […]

— Posted November 14, 2017 by Lorna / 24 Comments
Review: Midnight Labyrinth by Elizabeth Hunter (@jessicadhaluska, @EHunterWrites)

Review: Midnight Labyrinth by Elizabeth Hunter (@jessicadhaluska, @EHunterWrites)

I love Elizabeth Hunter. She’s one of the only independent authors who consistently produces quality work. Hell, her stuff is better than a lot of the traditionally published urban fantasy these days. BUT. B/c I’m ridiculous, I dragged my heels about reading ELEMENTAL LEGACY, the second spin-off from her ELEMENTAL MYSTERIES series. *shrugs awkwardly* Tenzin […]

— Posted November 8, 2017 by Jessica / 2 Comments
Review and Squawk: Mermaid by Jodi Picoult

Review and Squawk: Mermaid by Jodi Picoult

I’ve never read Picoult before THE MERMAID, and the only reason I did this time is b/c of my recent fascination with Kindle in Motion. No offense meant if you’re a Picoult fan, but I’m a very specific kind of escapist reader: the kind that ultimately wants to be happy. I don’t mind a reasonable […]

— Posted November 1, 2017 by Jessica / 3 Comments
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