Meh. I was really hopeful in the beginning. But when the weird things started happening, the main character just accepted severe wackiness. This tendency continued, and I had increasing difficulty suspending my disbelief. If the main character had a bit more background for this to make sense,...
Post date: August 2, 2015
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Jack Peter is an "inside boy" -- he has Aspergers and almost drowned 3 years ago with his only friend. He perseverates on things, and currently it is drawing monsters. Bff plays along and is forced to spend extended time with Jack Peter since his parents use them as babysitters. Jack...
Post date: August 2, 2015
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If you haven't read at least one SK novel during each summer of your life...well you better get on with that! Nothing, and I mean nothing, beats opening up the summer reading season like a visit with the madman of Maine. Mr. M is SK's first foray into the detective series genre and will...
Post date: July 30, 2015
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Currently the first book (in Dune-universe time) of the entire Dune "franchise." Also, the first book of the first of two trilogy prequels to the original Dune series. [Still with me?] Gotta' say I was very skeptical when I first heard FH's son was writing prequels, sequels...
Post date: July 30, 2015
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The description I read had me thinking it was more of a long-held mystery that drew Cat (the main character) to Nantucket. Instead, it was a sappy, clichéd family drama, with some romance. I liked the descriptions of the island, but I was under the impression I would be reading a mystery (my...
Post date: July 30, 2015
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I loved the present-day characters in this novel and admired the courage of the historical ones. This book was a perfect summer read: happy, suspenseful, and tender.
Post date: July 30, 2015
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This is a very quirky and entertaining book about a small town that revolves around a children's author who starts a literature society for promising young writers.
Post date: July 30, 2015
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I give this book a 4/5 . I enjoyed reading this story of a girl who feels abandoned but comes to realize who was there for her all along.
Post date: July 30, 2015
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I enjoy historical fiction, especially books about infamous families or tumultuous periods in history, which is why I love books about the Tudors and Marie Antoinette. Despite that love, I had never read a book about the Borgias before and only knew very little about them. I did a little research...
Post date: July 30, 2015
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Beautiful illustrations. Engaging story. This is a phenomenal read and definitely draws you in to the Swamp Thing character and story. I loved how intricate the illustrations were and that they really helped connect the reader with the struggle of the main character. Excellent piece - I...
Post date: July 29, 2015
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