Chesterton, IN, United States | Member Since 2008
I did love this book. It's about a woman naturalist at the turn of the 18th century. She's brilliant, spoiled, unlovely and heart wrenchingly brave. It's the heart of darkness for women, done brilliantly.
Do read it. Astonishing.
This is not brilliant writing but it's a good story and told well enough. The questions of what happened in Roanoke has always fascinated me. of course it's speculative, but it's interesting.
I love this series. This is silly and fun and very entertaining. The romance is a bit tiresome but I'm not a romance fan.
Love the bit with the snakes.
This is a fabulous romp through space and time. Fun, sneaky, very smart, I'm on the second book and panting for the third. Great Series!
This series focuses on characters who are recovering from the great war. Love the main character. Love the others as well. Very well written,
The story rambles a bit. I liked Bones of Paris better, but they're both excellent.
Tom Perry is back to his usual excellence in this book. It's a fabulous thriller, and an unexpected plot. The Jane Whitefields in general are a fabulous read and this is an excellent one.
You will want to probably take the order in sequence. I think you'd miss a great deal if you read them out of order.
This is such an excellent story that really is so undated for how old it is. And a very fine reading of it. Lovely Halloween fare!
Not great literature, but nicely done and fun to boot. The romance isn't icky. The villains are interesting and the reveal is very intriguing. The title has almost nothing to do with the plot, but it doesn't matter to the story.
This is a nice retreat of Sleeping Beauty with some very lifelike twists. It's a pleasant read. Enjoy!
Most of us who have one faith or another are rarely asked where the limits of our faith are. And what we would do to follow it radically. This book does that, It's beautifully written, but pick a day where you can sit in a corner after. The end is a stunner.
This is a spotty book. The first book is a highly entertaining coming of age book that has story after story nestled into it. The character is a bit full of himself, but all teen age boys are.
This book has very interesting sections, and some incredibly banal sections where he discovers sex with goddess/fairies. Without preamble or fore play. I don't have words for this, but it was gratuitous. All with the same self importance of the first book.
It works as a boy telling his story. It's just a story I don't really want to hear.
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