Quickie Book Review – The Language of Hoofbeats by Catherine Ryan Hyde

The Language of Hoofbeats by Catherine Ryan Hyde My rating: 5 of 5 stars Compelling read This is the first book that I've read by Hyde, and I can say with out a doubt that it won't be the last. The author has a way of getting down into the bits of human emotion that … Continue reading Quickie Book Review – The Language of Hoofbeats by Catherine Ryan Hyde

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Quickie Book Review – Where There’s Smoke by Jodi Picoult

Where There's Smoke by Jodi Picoult My rating: 3 of 5 stars Interesting short read... I'm a huge fan of Picoult's, but I wasn't completely won over by this novella. It needed more, ending at a place where nothing felt resolved and everything is still up in the air. Hopefully, it's supposed to be a … Continue reading Quickie Book Review – Where There’s Smoke by Jodi Picoult

Quickie Book Review – The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon

The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon My rating: 5 of 5 stars Fabulously creepy and morose. Bits of this novel remind me of one of the stories in Full Dark, No Stars (Stephen King) because it's similar in tone, creep-factor and historical aspects. So, that alone should tell you to read this, or course. The … Continue reading Quickie Book Review – The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon

Colin Preston Rocked And Rolled – Book Review

Reading this book made me realize that it has been a very long time since I've read a book with a youngish male narrator. Sure, I've read some James Patterson, but those don't really count, as his stories are less about characters and more about suspenseful plots. This book¬†Colin Preston Rocked and Rolled¬†is male-character-driven, and … Continue reading Colin Preston Rocked And Rolled – Book Review