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Dead of Night
3.95
If Jonathan Maberry has proven anything, it is that he is the master of all things zombies – and he never tells the same story twice! Dead Of Night wi...more
Jan 2012
Jan 08, 2012
 
Under Wraps (Underworld Detection Agency, #1)
3.42
You can call Sophie Lawson the lucky one if you think it working with the vampires, werewolves, and fairies pretty cool. For the most part, working at...more
Jul 2011
Aug 06, 2011
 
A Reluctant Queen: The Love Story of Esther
3.92
The Book of Esther is one of my favorite Bible stories from childhood because I had been enamored by a lovely illustrated version (at least, that’s wh...more
Jun 2011
Jun 25, 2011
 
Girl Wonder
3.50
You might laugh at me, but when I read the prologue I had the irrational fear that we had another choker on our hands and it almost made me want to hi...more
May 2011
May 28, 2011
 
Eon: Dragoneye Reborn (Eon, #1)
4.01
Think Tamora Pierce plus Anne McCaffery, and that is where I would categorize Eon: Dragoneye Reborn.

It is really hard to summarize Eon: Dragoneye Rebo...more
Jun 2009
Jun 22, 2009
 
World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War
4.01
So let me warn you now: World War Z, while not outrageously spewing blood or maggots, is probably not for the weak of stomachs or imaginations.

As I re...more
Jan 2009
Feb 05, 2011
 
Good Enough
3.87
Good Enough starts off with some rather hilarious band-related jokes, primarily bashing viola players (but you can probably replace it with any other...more
Jan 2009
Feb 05, 2011
 
Fourth Comings (Jessica Darling, #4)
3.66
(review for both FOURTH COMINGS & PERFECT FIFTHS)

In the final 2 books of the Jessica Darling series, our wires-crossed, love-imperfect couple deci...more
Apr 2011
May 28, 2011
 
The Spirit Rebellion (The Legend of Eli Monpress, #2)
4.06
Not as great as its predecessor The Spirit Thief, but still rather delightful with a little more history behind Eli and his companions. I think Rachel...more
Jan 2010
Feb 05, 2011
 
Halo (Halo, #1)
3.68
Gorgeous cover to the point of breath-taking - and I wish that I could say that Halo also swept me away with its story, but I honestly cannot say it d...more
Feb 2011
Feb 19, 2011
 
Diamond Ruby
3.94
There is always something satisfying with reading about historical figures - especially females - who break boundaries and change the world for the be...more
Jan 2010
Feb 05, 2011
 
Sloppy Firsts (Jessica Darling, #1)
3.97
Jessica Darling goes about her life in her "just darling" high school bubble, but inwardly she is screaming for relief from the stupid teenage drama o...more
Apr 2011
Apr 16, 2011
 
The Trouble with Demons (Raine Benares #3)
4.00
A lot of characters made repeat appearances in The Trouble With Demons, and I got excited and impressed with the way that the character of Piaras has...more
Apr 2009
May 05, 2009
 
Terrier (Beka Cooper, #1)
4.20
I enjoyed reading Beka's diary as she gets back on her feet and continues to work hard under her Dogs' instructions to become a great Dog. The Rogue i...more
Mar 2009
Apr 02, 2009
 
Double Trouble (PJ Sugar, #2)
4.11
While a fun read, I did not enjoy Double Trouble as much as its predecessor. The characters weren't as lovable this time around. I had expected more f...more
Jan 2010
Feb 05, 2011
 
Mob Rules (Underworld Cycle, #1)
3.16
MOB RULES was not what I expected - I think I was looking for more Raine Benares light-hearted fun, but Domino did not seem to be a marshmallow-on-the...more
Jan 2010
Feb 05, 2011
 
Armed & Magical (Raine Benares #2)
3.98
An excellent sequel to Magic Lost, Trouble Found! More rollicking fun with Raine and company - with additional characters to make things even more int...more
Jan 2009
Apr 02, 2009
 
Divergent (Divergent, #1)
4.35
I never thought I would ever meet another book to compare to the awesomeness of ENDER’S GAME, but holy Oreo® McFlurry, DIVERGENT has me skipping aroun...more
Jul 2011
Feb 05, 2011
 
Little Lady, Big Apple (The Little Lady Agency, #2)
3.64
Dec 2008
Apr 02, 2009
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