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review 2017-05-30 16:15
AllGood Except For one Character
Go Fetch! - Shelly Laurenston

Light smexy fun with Aplha shifters.
Loved the Mega Man Viking Wolf shifter Conall, that man is the stuff fantasies are made from. He's big strong, sensitive and has a fabulous sense of humor.
Miki, she is a genus, but acted like a freaking idiot many times. She drugged someone not knowing if it would kill them, she didn't listen to advice and put others in danger. She was rude, nasty even to people just trying to help her. Her few semi redeeming excuses did not sway me to enjoy this character. I did not like her, not at all. As a character reader I had to kick one star off for her. Kicka Kicka Boom Miki !

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review 2017-05-29 09:05
Free Will
City of Skies (THE GIRL WITH THE VIKING TATTOO - THE VIKING ASSASSIN SERIES Book 1) - Farah Cook

 


Every step you take, comes from a decision you made or from a decision someone else (or society) made for you?
Can you decide your path when your future is already determined? How far does your free will goes? Can you make choices in which the outcome has not been determined by past events? Is determinism necessary for free will, arguing that choice involves preference for one course of action over another, requiring a sense of how choices will turn out?
Is your future already determined by your past, society, destiny or premonitions?
Norah tries to make her own decisions in a world where her path seems to be pre determined.
How far can she go? How much can she decide about her own life and future?
What would you do if you would be Norah? Who would you trust?
This book is thought provoking, magic and a page turner.

I am looking forward to read the next book.

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review 2017-02-02 18:17
Book Review: The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde
The Eyre Affair - Jasper Fforde

What I love about books is the mystery and the suspense. I love meeting characters who are more complicated and have more depth than some people I know in real life. And I LOVE good writing.

 

The Eyre Affair has it all.

 

Jasper Fforde is a genius, mixing the elements of a contemporary fiction/mystery story with science fiction to create a world that is at once familiar and strikingly different. It took me a while to get adjusted to this new world, where the Crimean war still rages on, and where forging Byronic verse is a serious offense and literature and art are highly prized by all. However, after 30 pages, I was fully involved in the story, flipping pages almost faster than I could read.

 

The characters are easy to relate to, and Thursday is everything I look for in a female protagonist. She’s funny, resourceful, and doesn’t let anybody boss her around or intimidate her. The fact that she seems to be way in over her head on this case makes it all the better. I like how she is forced to deal not only with hunting down a seemingly-invincible villain who has kidnapped her relatives and is about to change Martin Chuzzlewit and Jane Eyre forever, but also with her past and the death of her brother in the Crimean War.

 

The only problem I had with The Eyre Affair is that the ending is wrapped up a little too perfectly a little too quickly. After all that happened before, it just didn’t work for me. I’m a fan of nicely tied-up endings, but I like them to be realistic.

This is a book for book lovers (and who of us doesn’t love books?!). It makes more sense if you have some knowledge of history and classics in general, but it’s really not necessary. I definitely recommend giving The Eyre Affair a try.

Source: www.purplereaders.com/?p=1608
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review 2017-02-01 00:00
Viking
Viking - Jenika Snow Y'all, what the fuck is this? It's so poorly written and unbelievable that my forehead aches from keeping my eyebrows raised for so long.

OK so first of all, the title is not a metaphor like I assumed. It's really about Vikings. Offensively inaccurate Vikings that have zero basis in historical fact.

Second, this was ridiculous in a way that was just shy of being amusing.
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review 2017-01-30 00:00
Viking
Viking - Jenika Snow 4 YUMMY YUMMY Stars!

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Man do I LOVE this series. This was another great little book. Short...Sweet...and SEXY as hell.

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