The Zero Stone is a magical book for me in some ways. I first ran into The Zero Stone (and Andre Norton) in elementary school. I was a voracious reader even then and apparently, my elementary school had a fabulous catalog. At the time I read The Zero Stone, I… Read more »
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So far I am LOVING the Alpha and Omega series! I love, love, LOVE Anna and I still like Charles. I do have to say that Charles’ father sound much more interesting that Charles right now…but I digress. The worldbuilding is pretty thorough but since it exists in an already… Read more »
Bane: [beyn] noun 1. death; destruction; ruin. 2. Obsolete. that which causes death or destroys life I love this book. It’s weird and dreamy and at some points really hard to understand (and follow). I’ve read Zarsthor’s Bane many, many times now. I can honestly say that I feel that… Read more »
Welcome back to Clean Up Week at Books, Life & Wine! Today we are getting rid of Gossamer Wing by Delphine Dryden because…well…to be honest, I was bored. So. I have seriously enjoyed a decent handful of Delphine Dryden’s work. In fact, Ms Dryden was my first “real” BDSM focused… Read more »
This is my 6th Julie James book. I actually started reading her just last year but I quickly realized that Julie James often writes the kind of Romance(s) that I really enjoy. One of the things that endears Julie James’ work (to me) are her heroines. Julie James writes a… Read more »
Not a fan. I started reading Julie James after a glowing five star review of It Happened One Wedding was posted at Dear Author. I adored It Happened One Wedding so I immediately went out and purchased the rest of the books in the series. After reading all five books… Read more »
Resenting the Hero in an incredibly interesting book. It’s pretty light and fluffy while still being meaningful, well written and fun. I think Resenting the Hero is an excellent book for a case of book hangover and/or a need of a palate cleasner. The world-building in the Hero series is… Read more »
So. I decided to purchase Last Hit in support after the announcement that Jen Frederick was a pen name for the well known critical reviewer Jane at Dear Author. After I made this purchase…I realized that I hit the “buy” button really quickly while actually feeling conflicted about the whole… Read more »
Note: The Concrete Jungle is a Hugo Award winning novella included with The Atrocity Archive. I debated with myself as to if I should read this or not. I eventually decided to read The Concrete Jungle and I’m glad I did! I found The Concrete Jungle to be much more… Read more »
Note: This review is for The Atrocity Archive – the short story included in the book “The Concrete Jungle” will be reviewed separately. How can I describe The Atrocity Archive? What I’ve been telling people thus far is to imagine Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory, take away his… Read more »