Category: Reviews

The Princess Bride – A Book Review

The Dread Pirate Roberts. Inigo. Fezzik. The six-fingered man. Prince Humperdink. Buttercup. Westly. All the favorite characters that I met first through the movie (much as I hate to admit that I’d seen the movie...

Sword of the Rightful King – A Book Review

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Dark Matter – A Book Review

***This post may contain affiliate links which helps maintain this blog. For more information visit Support the Writer.*** “Are you happy with your life?” What if you woke up and found yourself in a world...

Confessor – A Book Review

“It’s the end of the world as we know it. It’s the end of the world as we know it. And I feel fine.” (Thank you REM for giving me the perfect way to think about...

Phantom – A Book Review

***This post may contain affiliate links which helps mantain this blog. For more information visit Support the Writer.*** The end is in sight, and I’m not stopping now. As I mentioned in my Chainfire review, I’ve...

Chainfire – A Review

I took a hiatus from the Sword of Truth series after I finished Naked Empire back in December, and I jumped back into this epic series with vigor this spring. Chainfire is book nine in the Sword of Truth by Terry Goodkind. Warning, I normally try to avoid it, but this review contains spoilers for this novel.

Dark Enchantment – A Review

Dark Enchantment is the third book in Anya Bast’s Dark Magick series. Unlike the first two books in this series, our female protagonist is a human instead of a fairy.

The Roanoke Girls – A Review

The Roanoke Girls is a mystery/thriller about the lives of the Roanoke family. The story follows Lane Roanoke specifically, but also presents flashes from the lives of other girls in this family.

Glory in Death – A Review

The first of two books read last week, Glory in Death is the second book in J.D. Robb’s In Death series. I enjoyed this new case with our heroine Eve Dallas as much as I did the first novel, Naked in Death. In this second novel, readers learn more about Eve’s personal life outside of her work as a cop.

The Ocean at the End of the Lane – A Review

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