This book isn't new, and many people have read or reviewed it before me. For that reason alone I had been avoiding it. I hate going along with the 'popular current' whether in books or movies. Yesterday I broke down and finally opened the book. I was sad, hurt, happy, angry, any and all … Continue reading The Fault in our Stars
I downloaded the Kindle version of this ebook on a flyer. I normally like shifter romances and a Weremoose? Really? By the time I hit page 3 the Canadian jokes were grating, by page 5 they were annoying and by the end of the book my cheek was hurting from all the chewing I … Continue reading Taken by the Weremoose.
I only recently learned about Mr. DeLillo and I have to say I’m in shock. Before I had read any of his books I can see that he, like Guy Gavriel Kay, is the type of author who can make words dance and sentences MEAN things. I would give my left ovary (not so dramatic … Continue reading Don DeLillo terrifies me