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Words of a Bibliophile
Words of a Bibliophile rated it 1 year ago
As a short story collection set in the current times of staying at home, this book oddly tries so hard to avoid mentioning the coronavirus. It talks about a global health emergency and physical distancing but skirts around to avoid saying the actual reason behind the quarantine in which the characte...
Bookish Blerd
Bookish Blerd rated it 1 year ago
This was one of the audible monthly free listens. I listened to this at work while binning and while I would love to say I couldn't focus on it because of the job, that's not the case. It was a fun-ish listen; the stories had some comedy, and intrigue that made me laugh or gasp, but it was nothing...
Portable Magic
Portable Magic rated it 1 year ago
The Crimson Parrot - A genuinely funny take on what happens when the hard-case criminals from classic noir detective novels have to work from home.The Cape House - fun story progression as the characters reveal themselvesStop Motion - meh
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 4 years ago
My friend, who probably has better taste than me and far more in the way of patience, graciously allowed me to borrow her hardcover copy of this tome. Me, being me, knew I would never finish it in this decade and decided to read it the old fashioned way and in audio so I could speed my way through i...
bookjunkie57
bookjunkie57 rated it 4 years ago
I Picked Up This Book Because: I like Stephenie Meyer’s writing. The Characters: Alex/Julianna/Oleander/The Chemist/Olly: This woman is so incredibly strong and brave. Daniel Beach: Unsuspecting school teacher dragged into a world he doesn’t understandKevin Beach: Basically a super soldier.Co-starri...
Fiction Fantastic
Fiction Fantastic rated it 5 years ago
So the first time around I dnf'd this book because I couldn't stand the pov and reading from the 5yo boy's perspective was just no fun.This time around I tried audio, and while it was easier for me to get into and I actually finished it, I don't really see what all the fuss is about. Yeah it's a hor...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 6 years ago
Usually I would categorize this series as a mystery, but it was more a small romantic snippet of Julia and Brisbaine's relationship and some changes that have happened. I have no idea why I stopped reading this series - well I have an idea but I won't mention it here - but now I'm back. Really good ...
Malin
Malin rated it 6 years ago
Disclaimer! I was granted a copy of this through NetGalley in return for a fair and honest review. This is one of the novellas Deanna Raybourn wrote about her intrepid heroine Lady Julia Grey, who the reader can follow in five very enjoyable Victorian set mysteries, where she solves murders along...
Blondie and Read
Blondie and Read rated it 7 years ago
I picked this one up because I've talked about Frog Music, Donoghue's other novel, and every time... someone asks if I've read Room. When I tell them I haven't, I got the same response every time. Well, I absolutely need to do it as an audiobook. It's told by a child.This seemed pretty gimmicky to m...
Nichole ~ Bookaholic
Nichole ~ Bookaholic rated it 7 years ago
This audiobook was provided by the Author/Publisher through Audiobook Jukebox for an honest reviewI will start the review by admitting that I did not really check more then the blurb “Lydia and Ross have both been hurt in the past. However, they find themselves thrown together, fighting the same en...
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