Tag Archive: dark

Feb 23

Book Review: The Goldfinch

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt I burned through this book in less than ten days, not because it’s a fast-paced read, but because I got it as an audiobook from the library and knew if I didn’t finish it I’d never get to hear the end of it. Then I realized it was more than …

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Apr 24

Circadian Rhythms

*Just five more minutes, Mom? Please?  

Jan 09

Which Bird is the Most Stupid?

Wake up! It's time for bed!

May 01

Book Review – Sharp Objects

Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn This book started as a 5 and ended as a 3. I’d read Flynn’s other two books, and expected something deeply dark and nasty and twisted, with an ending even more unexpectedly nasty. It starts out with Camille, a beautiful woman whom we suspect (and later confirm) is deeply broken. …

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Nov 28

Book Review: Everlost

Everlost by Neal Shusterman This book reminds me of why I like to read middle grade and YA novels–they are less likely to suck. This novel has adventure, danger, mystery, creepy settings, good characters–basically everything you might hope for from a book written for adults, except for the kissing (only one kiss, and it’s chaste.) …

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