Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Book Review: Landline

Book Review: Landline

Landline is another beautiful addition to all of Rainbow’s books. I’m slowly reading them and loving each one for many reasons. First, they make me feel all the feels. Second, they make me cry, every time. Third, they are just beautiful and I love them. Landline centers around Georgie McCool, who knows her marriage is slipping away but is too focused on her career to seem to want to change. She has the chance of a lifetime to get her own show finally aired, and she decides to send her family off to Christmas with her in-laws without her. Even though […]

Posted August 20, 2016
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Book Review: Extraction

Book Review: Extraction

On the heels of some disappointing science fiction reads, I was really crossing my fingers for Extraction. At this point, I tend to ignore the “for fan of …..” parts in blurbs since I have been burned one too many times; however, it was hard not to get excited by the “sure to entertain lovers of Hunger Games and Ender’s Game” promise. So, did Extraction live up to its promises or not? Well, it is a bit of both. Extraction takes place on the distant (or maybe not so distant) planet of Kiel. Life for the people of Kiel is […]

Posted August 3, 2014
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Book Review: Glitch

Book Review: Glitch

Zoel and her community live with the after effects of D-day. Believing that the world above and all its inhabitants are gone.. destroyed by the bombing. The people of this underground community are taught that they are the select few left: humanity sublime. In order to maintain this community, citizens are installed with V-chips that suppress human emotion. After all, human emotions, according the leaders of the community, is what got the community into this situation in the first place.   Glitch went beyond my wildest imaginings. Taking what seemed like a piece here and there from more than a […]

Posted July 23, 2012
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Book Review: Torn

Book Review: Torn

Review: Switched   * Review and Summary may contain spoilers from the first book of the series, Switched. Read at your own risk *   First Impression: Despite some issues from the previous book, Switched, I was really interested to see where this series went. But I did promise myself, if I was disappointed, then this would be the end. While Reading: Torn was no where close to what I thought it would be. It almost seemed that this series has done a complete 360. The writing style, the pacing, the character development felt like it had had a complete overhaul. Heck, […]

Posted March 18, 2012
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Book Review: Destined

Book Review: Destined

Reviews: Tempted / Burned / Awakened   Book 9. Really this is the 9th book? Honestly, I cannot believe that it took me looking up the summary to realize how far I have come in this series. Usually I get bored or tired of a series way before this point.   ***WARNING***   The following review may contain information from previous books of the series. Read at your own discretion.   To be frank, part of me cannot believe that the House of Night series is still going. In nine books, I hardly think a year has past since this […]

Posted December 2, 2011
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