Posts Categorized: paperback

Review: Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #20 by Alex de Campi & Neil Googe (Illustrator)

Review: Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #20 by Alex de Campi & Neil Googe (Illustrator)

I’m not much of a comic book or graphic novel reader. I can’t really deal with all the pictures and colors – a little too much stimulation for me. I will read the occasional comic, however. Especially if I’m excited about the content. So it should come as no surprise… Read more »

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Review: Stranded with the Tycoon by Sophie Pembroke

Review: Stranded with the Tycoon by Sophie Pembroke

Recently I stopped by the library to pick up a few books I placed on hold. I decided to wander around the stacks a bit – purely out of nostalgia as this library is NOT well appointed – and I ran across a handful of Romance novels sitting on a… Read more »

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Review: What Lies Beneath the Clock Tower by Margaret Killjoy

Review: What Lies Beneath the Clock Tower by Margaret Killjoy

When I was a kid, “Choose Your Own Adventure” books were one of my favorite kinds of books. They both thrilled me and made me nervous at the same time: the uncertainty that comes with open ended stories always cause me some concern, lol. So I was rather excited when… Read more »

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Review: Once Burned (Night Prince #1) by Jeaniene Frost

Review: Once Burned (Night Prince #1) by Jeaniene Frost

I think I know how the heroine of Once Burned, Leila, feels: I don’t really know how I feel about Vlad. He’s scary, he’s handsome, he impales people, he’s sexy. He’s a freaking scary ass, incredibly sexy, horribly arrogant and domineering man…and I decided to re-read Once Burned in honor… Read more »

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Review: Ciara’s Song by Andre Norton

Review: Ciara’s Song by Andre Norton

I love this book and the sequel The Duke’s Ballad. This is one of the few books in Andre Norton’s Witch World series that I feel allow for new reader explanations. It’s also an unusual Fantasy book by today’s standards: It’s mostly a stand-alone, it follows the lives of three… Read more »

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Review: Spell of the Highlander (Highlander, #7) by Karen Marie Moning

Review: Spell of the Highlander (Highlander, #7) by Karen Marie Moning

It’s taken him eleven centuries to find the right woman. He’s not about to lose her now. Jessi St. James has GOT to get a life. Too many hours studying ancient artifacts has given the archaeology student a bad case of sex on the brain. So she figures she must… Read more »

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Review: The Minority Report by Philip K. Dick *light spoilers*

Review: The Minority Report by Philip K. Dick *light spoilers*

In the world of “The Minority Report,” Commissioner John Anderton is the one to thank for the lack of crime. He is the originator of the Precrime System, which uses “precogs”–people with the power to see into the future–to identify criminals before they can do any harm. Unfortunately for Anderton,… Read more »

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Wings of Fire Anthology Review: The Ice Dragon by George R.R. Martin *spoilers*

Wings of Fire Anthology Review: The Ice Dragon by George R.R. Martin *spoilers*

Dragons: Fearsome fire-breathing foes, scaled adversaries, legendary lizards, ancient hoarders of priceless treasures, serpentine sages with the ages’ wisdom, and winged weapons of war… Wings of Fire brings you all these dragons, and more, seen clearly through the eyes of many of today’s most popular authors, including Peter S. Beagle,… Read more »

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Wings of Fire Anthology Review: Stable of Dragons by Peter S. Beagle

Wings of Fire Anthology Review: Stable of Dragons by Peter S. Beagle

Dragons: Fearsome fire-breathing foes, scaled adversaries, legendary lizards, ancient hoarders of priceless treasures, serpentine sages with the ages’ wisdom, and winged weapons of war… Wings of Fire brings you all these dragons, and more, seen clearly through the eyes of many of today’s most popular authors, including Peter Beagle, Holly… Read more »

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