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Terms of Enlistment
Well, while I made it past the point where my reading pal (my husband) quit Terms of Enlistment (36% on Kindle, compared to his 24%), I'm also giving ...more
May 26, 2013
May 25, 2013
Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, #3)
I have to say it: I am disappointed. Though perhaps not for the reasons people might normally think of me. It took me a while to figure out why I felt ...more
Apr 25, 2011
Apr 24, 2011
The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1)
I think this is going to be one of those series that I like more for the idea/s behind it than for any of the characters or the writing itself. The pr ...more
Apr 21, 2011
Apr 18, 2011
I tend to think of Jordan Castillo Price, perhaps wrongly, as a romance writer. But Meatworks, though it does have a romantic component, and even a ro ...more
Jul 09, 2014
Jul 07, 2014
Catching Fire (The Hunger Games, #2)
Though I found myself a lot more emotionally invested in Catching Fire than its predecessor, I still found myself prey to a lot of the same complaints ...more
Apr 24, 2011
Apr 21, 2011
Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1)
I wasn't skeptical about reading Cinder but, after having read the prequel short story, Glitches, I was curious about what Meyer would do or could do, ...more
Jul 15, 2013
Jun 10, 2012
Post-Apocalypse Dead Letter Office
I found this book to be a great deal like Do Not Enter: Dead Inside. Some of the parallels are obvious: both are epistolary novels and both concern th ...more
Nov 15, 2011
Oct 25, 2011
Dead Inside: Do Not Enter: Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse
The blurb for Do Not Enter compares it to Max Brooks' World War Z, but other than the fact that these are both (more or less) epistolary stories and c ...more
Oct 25, 2011
Sep 29, 2011
Blackout (Newsflesh Trilogy, #3)
After my lukewarm feelings to Deadline, the middle volume of the Newsflesh trilogy, I was really worried about how I would receive Blackout, the final ...more
May 26, 2012
Dec 25, 2011
Deadline (Newsflesh Trilogy, #2)
[This review contains spoilers for Feed] I feel as though, if Deadline were any other book, if it weren't the follow up to Feed, I probably would've l ...more
Jul 14, 2011
Nov 02, 2010
The People of Sparks
Earlier today, someone asked me what I thought of Jeanne DuPrau compared to other YA authors I've read. I'll confess that I haven't read a lot of YA s ...more
Oct 03, 2011
Sep 11, 2009
Fed (Newsflesh Trilogy, #1.5)
This really only barely counts as a book; it's an alternate ending to Grant's first book of the Newsflesh Trilogy, Feed. And, while it's always intere ...more
May 24, 2012
May 23, 2012
The Heart Goes Last (Positron, Episode 4)
It's so hard to say anything meaningful about these "episodes", since it's still a story in progress and, as yet, we have more questions than answers. ...more
Jul 20, 2013
Jul 09, 2013
Last Train to Jubilee Bay
On the one hand, I found this incredibly evocative, bordering on haunting. On the other hand, though it's a complete story in any criteria I can think ...more
Aug 09, 2013
Aug 09, 2013
Choke Collar (Positron, #2)
I feel like I'm more interested in what Atwood isn't giving us in these stories than what she is. I find Stan and Charmaine tedious and, worse, boring ...more
Jan 06, 2013
Oct 16, 2012
Erase Me (Positron, #3)
I really wish I had some idea of how many episodes Atwood is planning on writing and on what kind of schedule, because really, it's impossible to have ...more
Jan 07, 2013
Jan 06, 2013
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Apr 02, 2012
KOP (Juno Mozambe Mystery #1)
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Apr 22, 2013
The Magistrate (The Prisonworld Trilogy, #1)
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Feb 02, 2014
God's War (Bel Dame Apocrypha #1)
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Jun 09, 2012
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