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review 2020-02-21 22:46
Finger Lickin’ Fifteen
Finger Lickin' Fifteen - Janet Evanovich
Stephanie Plum, Book 15

I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series

The Characters:

Stephanie Plum:
Joe Manelli:
Grandma Mazur, Lula, Connie, Tank,

The Story:

It has taken me a week to write this and I think it is because there is nothing new to report. Stephaine is still Stephanie. Lula and Grandma Mazur have teamed up to cause mischief. Lots of Ranger in this book which makes my lusty heart happy. Several cars died an untimely death. Don’t get me wrong I’m still enjoying the books, they are a comfort and bring me joy but just nothing new here.

The Random Thoughts:


The Score Card:


4 Stars
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review 2019-11-28 08:14
Stephanie Plum havoc again, working for Ranger - hectic and fun
Finger Lickin' Fifteen - Janet Evanovich



Not very different from all other Stephanie Plum novels, this one has her working for Ranger as he has business problems. There’s also Lula in a lot of trouble. The book has a lot of fires and destroyed cars and, to be honest, it’s surprising that there’s not more bodies and bloodshed. It’s lightweight and entertaining stuff.

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review 2019-08-14 19:01
A suspenseful contest for the fate of existence
The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August - Claire North

Thank you reading challenge! "Claire North's" book has been popping up as a recommended reading for me for nearly half a decade, yet the similarities between the jacket description and the plot of Ken Grimwood's Replay put me off from reading what seemed a highly hyped knock-off. With my local bookstore's summer reading challenge, though, I decided to check it out from the library to use as an option for one of the squares. While I ended up not using it for that purpose, having the copy lying around was the final incentive I needed to read it.


And I'm so glad I did, as it proved to be far better than the derivative work I was expecting. North's novel takes the premise of a person reliving their lives that Grimwood devised and takes it in some fresh and interesting directions. The idea of a community of "kalachakrans" or "ouroborans" (as the people reliving their lives call themselves) is interesting enough; what makes it so especially fascinating was how they create an existence that allows for communication across time. It turns the central conflict of the novel into a chess match that is all the more suspenseful for the stakes involved. My only regret by the end of the book was the sense that the rich possibilities of North's world had only begun to be explored. In a literary world overflowing with sequels and series, this is one where a follow-up would be most welcome!

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text 2019-08-14 16:23
Reading progress update: I've read 416 out of 416 pages.
The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August - Claire North

While most people stay up late to finish a book, I managed to do the opposite. I fell asleep around my usual bedtime, only to wake up three hours later. After a few minutes on social media, I decided to try to get back to sleep by reading Claire North's book, which had been sitting on a table ever since I checked it out from the library a couple of weeks ago. That provide a mistake, as I stayed up past the break of dawn to finish it. Now I'm exhausted, without the benefits of getting a few hours of sleep before tackling my day.


Still, it was totally worth it.

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review 2019-06-13 16:45
Review ~ Decent read
The Walking Dead Book Fifteen - Robert Kirkman

Book source ~ Library


Recent events have thrown Alexandria into turmoil, and now Rick, Dwight, Eugene and Negan all have something to prove. Meanwhile, a new world order awaits...


Collects THE WALKING DEAD #169-180.


Rebuilding time. And Eugene’s radio friend gives them the go ahead to come meet her community, so Rick sends a delegation. POV changes repeatedly as we follow Alexandria, Hilltop, Negan, Jesus & Aaron, and the delegation.


Oh, yeah. There’s no way this is going to end well. I’m getting so tired of this shit. Maybe I’ll read book 16 when it comes out. We’ll see.

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2019/06/the-walking-dead-book-fifteen.html
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