In My Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren Bought this week: Got it for 4 bucks :) Now I’m only missing Blood Wyne to complete the series until Shaded Vision comes out in February! What did you get this week?
Posts by: Jessi (Geo)
(Picture is linked to original post) Oooohhhh I love surveys :) .:Books read in 2011:. 1. Best book(s) read in 2011? Here’s my top ten (in order): 1. Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning (review) The entire series would be on this list, but book one was the only one I re-read this year (sad face). 2. The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa (review) 3. Intertwined by Gena Showalter by Gena Showalter 4. Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver […]
There were so many things wrong with this book in the world-building category it’s not even funny, so I’m going to get my complaints out of the way first. First of all, I would have loved to know what year it’s supposed to be. The only thing she gives you is, “Seventy years ago science perfected the art of children.” So how far in the future from now is that perfection? Your guess is as good as mine. So […]
If you are interested in participating in Music Monday, please link back to me and leave a comment with the link to your post. If I can get enough participants, I’ll start using a linky tool :) The book for this week: Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel My song pick for the book: Deadly Game by Theory of a Deadman Dealing with zombies is a Deadly Game! That and he mentions Judgement Day. And […]
I had mixed feelings about this book. I loved it for the simple fact that it was unique and unlike anything I’ve ever read before. Zombie/Post-Apocalyptic/Steampunk/Victorian all in one…wow! I really enjoyed the history of what went wrong in the world, particularly America, and the physical explanation for the Laz. Fascinating and well developed. The world building was great too, I was able to get a very good hold on the atmosphere Habel painted. The characters though, not so […]
I don’t really have much to say about this book since I liked it. I have absolutely nothing to complain about as far as prose goes (which is what makes long book reviews for me…spending time complaining). The first line of this book is “Whoever said dying was easy was full of crap,” so just with the very first sentence I was hooked. The beginning was interesting and attention-grabbing, giving you a glimpse at dying and the afterlife through Patrick’s eyes. […]