I liked it better than the last Jules Verne novel I read. But that bar is low. It's so very low, practically stuck in the mud you could roll over it.
A book review of a book that I was so delightfully shocked by how fun and witty I found it.
A repetitive fantasy historical fiction that I hated. Needs more unicorns less nazis and racism.
Do you ever get so bogged down by the terrible real life aspects of a book that the romance just doesn't hit the mark?
A book review for a book I actually enjoyed. What world are we living in????
Name dropping, info dumping, and about 5 characters all vying for their point of view to be shared makes a difficult read.
I read the 1951 classic "The Catcher in the Rye" and while I did not enjoy it I took a couple guesses as to why it's a classic.
The last book of the How to Train Your Dragon series that I have.
I feel lucky that book bans haven't really ever effected me. Have they effected you and your reading choices?
The How to Train Your Dragon series is getting better. Maybe it's Like MBMBAM where you should skip the first couple of episodes.