Monthly Archives: May 2013

Hammertime

Yes, I just read the third Iron Druid book, in less than a month’s time. No, I am not making very good progress with my “read what I own” campaign. Maybe now that I’m finished with this book… In some … Continue reading

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Dead Never After

I read the first twelve books in the Sookie Stackhouse series, and I really enjoyed most of them. The last two or three books were not stellar, in my opinion, but I soldiered on, since I’d already invested so much … Continue reading

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Hexed Was Next

I didn’t enjoy Hexed as much as Hounded, but I’m not sure if that was because of the writing, or simply that I didn’t have time to sit down and read straight through like I wanted to. I had things … Continue reading

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Hound Dog

Hounded is a fast, fun urban fantasy read. Atticus and Oberon are a funny duo, and I loved the constant historical, mythological, and literary references. At first, I was a bit skeptical of how powerful and smart and handsome and … Continue reading

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No Sizzle to Sixteen

The only reason I finished reading Sizzling Sixteen was because a good friend gave me the series up through book 19, and told me that the books get better in 18 & 19. Also, because once I read the books, … Continue reading

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Another Fair Assassin

I started Dark Triumph yesterday. That’s right; for the first time in a really long time I finished almost 400 pages in less than 24 hours. It’s not that it’s rare for me to read that fast; I just rarely … Continue reading

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Cheesy Fun

Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm is an interesting graphic rendition of the first book in the other set of spin off novels from the TV show Castle. I didn’t enjoy this story or these characters as much as I do the … Continue reading

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