the curious incident of the dog in the night-time: A Book Review

Written by Mark Haddon, this novel is from the perspective of a special needs teenage boy in England and follows his investigation into who killed the neighbors dog, and the results of that investigation. I actually only read this book because it is the chosen book for a new book club I joined. This novel…Read more the curious incident of the dog in the night-time: A Book Review

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Full Wolf Moon: An Audio Book Review

Full Wolf Moon, written by Lincoln Child, is actually the third book (correct that, 5th, Child's website is a little confusing) that follows Jeremy Logan as he attempts to retreat to a mountain resort to write and finish a study he has been working on for many reasons. While there, an old friend from college,…Read more Full Wolf Moon: An Audio Book Review

The Complete Sookie Stackhouse Stories: A Short Story Review

This is a compilation of Sookie Stackhouse (of True Blood fame) short stories. I am rather certain that none of these stories are new. At least, they all felt like I had read them before. Only one has Eric, which makes me ever so very sad. But, if you want more Sookie stories, here you…Read more The Complete Sookie Stackhouse Stories: A Short Story Review

All the Crooked Saints: An Audio Book Review

All the Crooked Saints, written by Maggie Stiefvater, follows three cousins, one of whom is the Saint of Bicho Raro. Beatriz, Joaquin, and Daniel (the Saint) have lived with their families ways for many years: pilgrims come, receive their first miracle, and while they are figuring out how to make the second miracle occur, the…Read more All the Crooked Saints: An Audio Book Review