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review 2017-03-26 19:47
Review: Fish & Chips (Cut & Run #3) by Abigail Roux and Madeleine Urban
Fish & Chips - Abigail Roux,Madeleine Urban

 

 

 

One of my favorites of this series. So many favorite moments to quote... Ty coming closer and closer in telling Zane.... I loved them fake-married.

Someday I'll come around in posting a proper review but for now....
*rushes to #4

 

 

“Any reason why we couldn’t just ditch the condoms from now on?”

“You ask because…?”

“Because there hasn’t been anyone but you in a long time. And I don’t think there will be.”

“Good,” Zane whispered, his thumb brushing Ty’s bottom lip. “I’ve… felt that way… for a while now."

“I know.”

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Re-read BR with Julie, 2016 September 9th, 8th (Audiobook)

 

 

First read 2013, November 27th

 

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text 2017-03-25 01:15
Reading progress update: I've read 149 out of 368 pages.
Game (Game, #1) - Anders de la Motte

just amazing. the twists and surprises are brilliant. so pleased!

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text 2017-03-24 01:40
Reading progress update: I've read 37 out of 368 pages.
Game (Game, #1) - Anders de la Motte

oh my, this seems like it is absolutely my nasty cup of tea. normally I'd be into a Spy novel by now, but I looked this over and felt it would be a great alternative, with some of the same sorts of thrills. heck, its secrets may even be secrets that actually turn it into some bizarre Spy variant. I dunno; a feckless kid has found a phone that has dared him to play a game, and the first "stunt" he has performed as an initiation into the game--supposedly he has a choice at this point to back away after the try-out--has fed into his natural lust for shit-disturbing...with maybe a cash reward later. so, he's hooked. I glanced at some reader reactions to this book, and it seems some people didn't take to it due to the "unlikable" main character. my feeling on this is, the personality type seems to be the only one that really fits the premise, as opposed to someone like me who would ignore the phone while thinking "nothing good can come of this"; he seems almost guaranteed to keep me entertained, as a reckless fool who will do anything this mystery-phone (and the "Game Master") dares him to do. until someone loses an eye. well, you know what I mean; and when this turns awful, will his natural wiliness serve to get him out of the mess he is obviously going to get himself into. I hate cellphones, so I'm just going to sit back and enjoy how extra horrible this one is, if that's conceivable.

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text 2017-03-23 01:38
Reading progress update: I've read 1 out of 368 pages.
Game (Game, #1) - Anders de la Motte

first, a graphic novel, and then straight on to this. and this sounds marvellous. a slacker finds a cellphone on a train, strange messages start coming through on it, and apparently nothing but madness and mayhem ensue. 

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text 2017-03-22 13:47
Reading progress update: I've read 336 out of 390 pages.
The Bursar's Wife: George Kocharyan 1 - E.G. Rodford

shall wrap this fun Mystery up later today--still not sure what rating it will get, because the whodunit and why angle is, I think, not fully revealed, and hopefully will yet provide surprises...

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