Originally published at midureads.wordpress.com on January 18, 2018.
You know where to go for the November 2017 reads!
Kaijus? In a book? Sign me up! Read my review here.
Another classic that, like Frankenstein, changed the literary world forever!
My latest review will clue you in as to how I feel about this series and why I keep reading it!
This is a scary ass book! I am going to read the next part in the series and then review it here soon!
A favorite. I loved the book and I loved the movie!
A very cute book that had me laughing a lot. If you like rogue fairies who fall in love with felines, then you need to read this!
Ask me what made me love this book and I won’t be able to tell you. But that’s alright. It is the same way with Clifford Simak’s Grass. They are both written in a simple manner and yet they have engaging plots that kept me hooked.
Another weird one for the list!
This book affected me more than it normally would have. Maybe I was in the right frame of mind to read it. Or, it was something else. Either way, I now count it amongst books that made me cry — in a good way!
Before there was Jorg, there was Kylar. While the last book isn’t as strong, this first installment is a good one. If you like epic fantasy and wetwork, then you’d probably love this!
Charley Davidson is the Grim. She is in love with the Devil’s son who is broody and violent but mostly reciprocates. She also has the weirdest sense of humor. Add to that, a staunch belief that every life but her own is worthless, and you will have a handle on what the book is about.
Magical realism and good writing made this one a win for me.
An urban fantasy series from the heyday of UF books. All I can say is that I knew I was into this series right from the first book.
Jo is a Weather Warden. Who loves a Djinn. She is also a punching bag for all the baddies out there. She has a horrible sense of fashion. But I like Jo. I also like that the author ended the series when she should have!
Another book that made me cry…a lot. It had its problems but it was still unique enough for me to remember it after all this time!
I loved this one right from the start! Enough to go read the second one, as well.
A bit late but at least, I got around to it!