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Cross Creek - Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan
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Cross Creek
Edition language: English
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Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it
3.0 A Sweet Novel (with some pretty big problems)
Every so often I get a book that I struggle writing about. I know what I want to say about it, but I'm worried that my point will get lost. So, stymied, the file sits blank on my screen for a couple of days while I hem and haw. I've been doing that for most of the week about this book (and afraid it...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books rated it
4.0 The Art of Fire by Kirby Crow - My Thoughts
I always enjoy a Kirby Crow story and this was no different. The story of Marik, the disgraced soldier and Grey, the much younger recruit sent to second him in his lonely outpost is short - novella length - never my favourite, but I loved it anyway. It's Kirby's writing!Both men have secrets. Th...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
4.0 Wild Country (The World of the Others #2)
Relative to the rest of the books in The Others universe, this one was 'meh'. But ONLY relative to the rest of the books. In general it's a great story and Bishop continues to create incredibly readable stories centered in a world where humans are resoundingly not an apex predator. Or, at least, ...
lqlarry
lqlarry rated it
3.5 Chosen by K.F. Breene
Chosen is a good book about a woman with a gift and her people believe she is The Chosen. They believed it so much that most gave up their lives to protect her. Shanti, the lead in this book and probably the series, is a leader, a warrior, and a woman that can touch people with her mind. She is o...
markk
markk rated it
1.0 Skimmability is about the only thing going for it
To be honest, I can live with the minor factual errors in Frank Schätzing's book as well as with the grammatical ones that emerged in the translation. I'm even fine with his one-dimensional portrayal of Americans as a bunch of God-fearing, trigger-happy yahoos who think that the only solution to any...
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