Month: November 2016

Raene and the Three Bears by R. S. McCoy

Raene and the Three Bears by R. S. McCoy
Posted on November 29, 2016 in Book Review / 0 Comments

Main points This book was INTENSE. It was unexpectedly difficult to put down. I gave up sleep and food for this book. There’s a lot to like, and some to dislike. I guess the main issues are the heartbreaking ending, and some of the character’s actions. I mean, Blossom goes missing, and despite the fact that she was about to be happily married, everyone thinks she ran away of her own free will? No one suspects foul play? Kaide said himself that they might try to change her totem, which they did, and he doesn’t […]

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Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall

Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall
Posted on November 13, 2016 in Book Review / 0 Comments

Main points Okay, so this book is good. Cute but cliché. Very fast read. In fact maybe a little bit rushed. It feels very high-school-drama and not much else, except with gay protagonists. The good thing is that the stereotypical mean popular girl is more complicated than that. It’s not even that she’s mean to compensate for other things, because while she sort of is (and that’s not a new idea), she recognizes what she’s doing and she wants to stop, but sometimes she can’t. Sometimes she does. People aren’t black and white. You can’t […]

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Exhume by Danielle Girard

Exhume by Danielle Girard
Posted on November 3, 2016 in Book Review / 0 Comments

Fasten your seatbelts for this one, friends. A lot of this review (mostly in the spoilers sections) is rant. I did like it, don’t get me wrong, but the main character sort of ruined a lot of it for me, and you’ll be hearing about that for pretty much most of the review. But it gives you a good idea of what to expect.

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