Publish date: August 17th 2010
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 139
Edition language: English
I am always happy to get lost in the imagery spun by Fox. The added bonus here is water. I am a sea creature and to be gifted the lyrical beauty of the ocean makes me ecstatic. I love all the facets, even the ones that terrify, electrify and steal your breath away. It was still like being caught in ...
I spent a few days thinking of the right adjectives to describe Driftwood. The word ethereal kept coming to mind but that's not right. Painful, nope it sounds to negative. Challenging, I think that might be close but I don't mean to say it was something I wanted to stop reading. ThinkingThinkingOkay...
I have decided not to rate this book. It was a difficult read in many respects. The writing wasn't the greatest and there was my big pet hate and if you read my shelves you will see what that is. The book had a lot of potential and maybe I'm just not very good with reading it properly, but I was con...
3.5 solid starsTruth is, Harper Fox could make a flea-infested wet blanket that smelled of rot feel romantic. Her style is not for everyone. I know to some she is cheesy as can be and others roll their eyes at her overly-lyrical, poetic style. But, for me…she’s magic. I want to go to every locati...
A wonderfully poetic, nail biting, groan-out-loud, amazing read. It kept me on the edge of my seat, and I felt passionately for the characters, event he dog!
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