Publisher: Henry Holt and Co.

Book View: Nomansland

Book View: Nomansland

Short & Sweet: From the summary, Nomansland appears to be an apocalyptic wonderland featuring a women's only society. Men are the enemy? Young girls not allowed friendships? Rules meant to be followed with no questions asked? To me, that sounds like a rebellion just waiting to happen. And it is what happens… sort of. Nomansland moves along at a snail's pace. Hauge builds and explores the world. Setting up her tale almost like a dystopian fairytale. It is that different. And I really appreicated that. Little to no romance is even meantioned. Every aspect centers around Keller's world and the […]

Posted August 18, 2011
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Double Monster Review: Ruby..

Double Monster Review: Ruby Red

    Without a doubt, this is the best book I've read in a long time. Ruby Red has an air of mystery that settles in throughout the whole book and keeps you thinking about it long after you've finished reading it. I was up late reading this one and couldn't fall asleep after having read it. The writing was fantastic and the way the plot slowly unravels pulls the reader in and keeps them until the end of the book. Gwyneth is really my type of character. A bit negative at times, but she really rolls with what is […]

Posted July 3, 2011
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Book Review: The House of D..

Book Review: The House of Dead Maids + Author Guest Post

Today, I'm happy to be a part of The House of Dead Maids blog tour. I will review the novel and then you will read a bit about the author's research for the setting of the novel! 🙂 Enjoy! If you look at that cover, you may get seriously spooked out. I haven't read a spooky book in so long and couldn't resist another novel by the lovely Clare B. Dunkle. Wow. Let's just say that this book will definitely keep you up at night and I highly suggest to read it in daylight. Dunkle mixes a meld of classic writing with […]

Posted September 28, 2010
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Book Review: The House of Dead Maids

The House of Dead Maids is a spine-tingling masterpiece. Told as a prequel to Bronte's Wuthering Heights, the reader is introduced to a young Heathcliff through the eyes of the Tabby. While Tabby is a great character, seeing a young Heathcliff was in itself quite a treat.   The House of Dead Maids is quite a unique novel. Part classic novel continuation and part delicious Gothic novel with the hint of paranormal. The tale is told beautifully. Now, readers, I must forewarn you. This novel is definitely not for the faint of heart. With sweeping moors and things that go bump in […]

Posted September 26, 2010
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