Publish date: July 10th 2012
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages no: 255
Edition language: English
Series: Ree Reyes (#1)
I had really hoped to like this book. On one hand, I really enjoyed the world building and geek squeeing I did over the pop culture references, but on the other hand, I found myself having to force myself to keep reading it! Ree herself is full of snark, going for a Gin Blanco of Jennifer Estep's El...
Geekomancy is a book that will resonate with a specific subset of readers: Geeks, but more specifically Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Gamer Geeks. And not only that, you really do need to belong to all three genre subsets to understand the jokes and references that are threaded throughout the story....
MehI dunno if it was me... or the book. First and foremost I wasn't much of a fan of the writing style. Which would mean it was the book.Then I kept on feeling like I was possibly not geek enough for this book. Mostly I failed to find the pun funny, they seemed kinda well.. I dunno know.. but just n...
Although this genre isn't normally something I would read, the premise sounded interesting enough... so why not. I feel in love with Ree and Eastwood. Two cool characters. Ree was especially fun with her snarky comments to the reader throughout the story. Her realization that the Underworld existed ...
Rounded up from 3.5 stars.I wanted to like this one more. The beginning was pretty funny, but by the end I was a little weary of the whole thing and just wanted it to be over.