My FEELS are broken. Words, too. Which is making the reviewing of SIX OF CROWS by Leigh Bardugo more than a little bit difficult . . . FYI. SO. Hmm . . . *scratches head* The book started well enough, but by 40% it was more determination that kept me reading than enthusiasm. The characters […]
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co.
Do you get feelings about obscure books? You see a cover, hear good things about an author, scan a blurb, and/or are partial to a publisher, so you get a feeling—more of an educated guess, really—and that makes you choose a book that otherwise would have been completely overlooked? I used to do that fairly […]
Right, so it’s been about a month since Ruin and Rising came out, but I know there are still a lot of you who haven’t had a chance to read it yet, so NO SPOILERS. I will, however, be using my trademark vague-ery to discuss the issues I had with this book. There are three. […]
Let’s talk about first impressions: they are IMPORTANT. If, for example, you start reading a new book, and the first glimpses you get of ALL THREE main characters are less than flattering, you might be tempted to toss said book aside in disgust and hope the next one goes better. Yes. You might. And in […]