I once tried to read Eleanor and Park by Rowell and found it very boring. After that bad experience with her work I put off reading the rest of her books, afraid that all the others would be just as slow and boring. I’m glad I finally picked up a different book by her because I connected with this one so much more. I feel […]
Monthly Archives: December 2015
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Roar and Liv by Veronica Rossi was a little disappointing for me. When I read a novella between series books, I’m looking for new information. Obviously nothing ground breaking because that would make it a whole book and not a novella. Roar and Live is set before the events of Under the Never Sky. I felt like I knew everything that happened. It was just […]
I liked the setting of this world in the first book and I did like Meira and Mather in the first book. I feel that those two things are the only thing that I continued to like in this book. This book was overly political!!! It went so overboard with these aspects of the book that the entire book was an exercise in trying to […]
Ember by Kristen Callihan is a prequel to Firelight. It focuses mostly on Miranda’s back story which is nice because Firelight was really Lord Archer’s back story. In Ember we get a lot more detail about Martin, Miranda’s would have been husband and how that relationship was forged. There was also more, unfortunately, to learn about Miranda’s father. Callihan also shows us what Archer was […]