Product Details Paperback Publisher: Jove Pubns 2004-12-04; paperback / softback edition (2004) Language: English
Publisher: Jove Pubns 2004-12-04; paperback / softback edition (2004)
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 30th 2004
Pages no: 405
Edition language: English
What I can only assume is a superb April Fools joke by the book gods, my first themed book for April Singles turned out to be an actual Non-series book (if you aren't as obsessed with my life as I am, usually during this theme I laugh, groan, and joke how all the books I pick for this turn out to be...
It's 4 1/2 stars. There's no sequel. But this is ok. I am happy with the "loose" ends. The story is a slice of life. It's a snapshot of a young woman's "coming of age." Or at least, realizing that life is more than cinnamon rolls. (but truly. omg. Really? I want those cinnamon rolls. Can I ...
Robin McKinley's writing can be a bit inconsistent, but this is one of the great ones. Ms. McKinley has stated publicly that there will be no sequel to Sunshine, and I can definitely agree that anything more about Rae and Con would be an anti-climax. But it's such a great world, that I'm a bit sad...
One of those books that I tend to just read over and over... And it's not usually my kind of book, but I really did love it. My full review is here, on Hot Stuff for Cool People.
I'm giving Sunshine three stars and honestly can't say why. Probably because its between 1-5 and I can't decide if I really liked the book or really hated it. Sunshine made me feel like I'd been inside the mind of a mad scientist lost somewhere in psychosis. I'm not sure if I should be impressed or ...
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