Review: The Fisher of Bones by Sarah Gailey


May Contain Spoilers

I’m still not sure how I feel about The Fisher of Bones. All I know is that Sarah Gailey is one heck of a writer. I felt the same way after finishing River of Teeth. I mean, what the heck is this? Feral hippos?? The Fisher of Bones, sadly, is missing the feral hippos, but it does have weird bits of bones and Gods Whispers to harry the protagonist instead.

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Review: Lure of the Dragon by Anna Lowe

May Contain Spoilers

I have been struggling to finish a book recently. This happens every few months; I begin to feel overwhelmed by Real Life, and I’d rather mindlessly play Crafty Candy than try to concentrate on something to read. When this happens, I usually shift gears to shorter romance, and since I’m in the mood for shifters, I grabbed Lure of the Dragon when it popped up on KU. The promise of balmy island breezes, sandy beaches, and dragons had me hooked.

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Review: Arrow’s Flight by Mercedes Lackey

I hope everyone in the States had a wonderful 4th of July.  I spent the long weekend reading, sampling various restaurants in the area, playing with ponies, chasing Pokémon, and relaxing. The weather was beautiful all weekend long. I hope your weekend was as enjoyable.

May Contain Spoilers

I thought this was very slow, and compared to the first book, there wasn’t enough action to hold my interest.  Since Dirk is being set up as Talia’s love interest, I thought all of the time spent building Kris up as her buddy with benefits pointless (he’s not my favorite Herald, anyway).  I liked the pairing of Skif and Talia better if the relationship wasn’t going beyond friends. Dirk was in this installment for only a couple of pages, and since I like him better than Kris, I was disappointed with his absence.

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Audiobook Review: The Aeronaut’s Windlass by Jim Butcher


May Contain Spoilers

ZOMG! I don’t listen to a lot of audiobooks, but when I had a six hour drive looming ahead of me, I downloaded a few audiobooks to keep me company. I downloaded The Aeronaut’s Windlass because I have had the ARC on my Kindle for an embarrassingly long time, and I thought that if I liked it, I could just finish reading the book after the trip.  I loved this story from beginning to end, and both read ahead, and listened to the very end.

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Review: Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

Review by Poo Penny

Contains SPOILERS

It is hard to tell when to round stars up or down, but I decided to round up because I liked how savage Katharine seemed at the end.

To be really honest, the first half of this book is slow. It’s about the 3 sisters, with 3 different abilities, and them honing their skills. Katharine is a poisoner, which should mean she can eat any poisons, the more she can eat, the stronger a poisoner she is. Arsinoe is a naturalist, so she can control nature? And Mirabelle is an elemental, she appears to be the strongest so far.

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Review: River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey

May Contain Spoilers

I’m sure not what I just read here, but I’ll try to put my thoughts about this strange little novella in writing.  I have been eagerly awaiting this title for months.  When I read “feral hippos” I was all over it. I mean. Feral. Hippos.  Who doesn’t want to find out what that is all about?? In the end, I was a little disappointed that there wasn’t more hippos glory, and most of the characters were just down right unlikable. Read more