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review 2019-03-18 16:57
Review: "The Crucifix Killer" (Robert Hunter, #1) by Chris Carter
The Crucifix Killer - Chris Carter

 

~ 3.5 stars ~

 

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review 2019-03-18 03:44
You Think It, I'll Say It
You Think It, I'll Say It - Curtis Sittenfeld

I am a late adaptor in terms of Sittenfeld’s work. I read her novels Sisterland and Eligible before this short story collection, but missed Prep and others before that. There is a certain upper middle class world that Sittenfeld captures so perfectly, but it is their cringe-worthy behavior that is most often on display. Reading her work, I can easily imagine being at a cocktail party with some of these people, which is not a little disturbing when I see their behavior satirized in print. Sittenfeld is a sharp wit, and, while she does sometimes seem to sympathize with her characters on occasion, I would not want to be the focus of her attention. She is like that voice in your head at school events and fundraisers, when you are feeling slightly less than charitable, but she says it all out loud, and documents the fallout. How can you resist?

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review 2019-03-18 02:01
Lost in a Moment (Trials of Fear #4)
Lost in a Moment (Trials of Fear #4) - Nicky James

I just adore these stories and how different these are from your typical romance. Only wish this hadn’t wrapped up quite so quickly.

 

But hey...any book in which I can envision BT as a character is a great one for me.

 

 

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text 2019-03-17 19:29
Reading progress update: I've read 15%.
Quartet in Autumn - Barbara Pym

I haven’t been able to spend the time I intend to on this bk this weekend so I’m only three chapters in.

 

its not fun.

 

I’m not enjoying the shifting points of view. Letty I understand.  The others are harder to empathize with. I get to spend relatively little time in their heads and, apart from the degradations of aging, I’m struggling to connect.

 

These seem to be dreary people living dream lives that will soon be over.

 

The experience of moving from “Ecellent Women” to “Quartet In Autumn” is like moving from “Pride And Préjudice” to “Mansfield Park”: disappointing 

 

 

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review 2019-03-17 04:19
A Prince on Paper (Reluctant Royals #3) - Alyssa Cole

Title : A Prince On Paper Series:

Reluctant Royals #3

Author: Alyssa Cole Pages:

Genre:Romance

Harper Collins Publishers

Book synopsis

Nya Jerami fled Thesolo for the glitz and glamour of NYC but discovered that her Prince Charming only exists in her virtual dating games. When Nya returns home for a royal wedding, she accidentally finds herself up close and personal—in bed—with the real-life celebrity prince who she loves to hate. For Johan von Braustein, the red-headed step-prince of Liechtienbourg, acting as paparazzi bait is a ruse that protects his brother—the heir to the throne—and his own heart. When a royal referendum threatens his brother’s future, a fake engagement is the perfect way to keep the cameras on him. Nya and Johan both have good reasons to avoid love, but as desires are laid bare behind palace doors, they must decide if their fake romance will lead to a happily-ever-after.

 

My thoughts Rating:4 Would I recommend it? Yes Would I read anything else by this author ?Yes Stars off slow but that's because the Main Character Nya is like a cry baby ,all she can think about is.her father ,and.it's like it's all about me ,because of that it took me a little while to get into the story and once I did I actually started to like it . I loved the male character Johan and I started to even liked the interacting between the 2 which surprised me with that said I want to thank Netgalley for letting me read and review it exchange for my honest opinion.

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