Genre: adult

Book Review: Outlander

Posted October 10, 2016 by Maryam in book review, Maryam / 3 Comments
Book Review: Outlander

Be still, my beating heart. Guys, I am officially in love with Jamie Fraser. I mean, HOT DAMN. HOTTTTT DAMN. I actually got pretty interested in Outlander when Sasha from A Bookutopia keeps spazzing about how this was her favorite book and such. And the thing is, I am always interested to read people’s favorite books, because I wanna more »

Book Review: The Queen of Blood

Posted September 23, 2016 by Kara in book review, Kara / 2 Comments
Book Review: The Queen of Blood

I’ve never made it through a Sarah Beth Durst book. I’ve DNFed a couple because her writing style just didn’t work for me. But I picked up The Queen of Blood at ALA because I really want to read more fantasy, particularly adult fantasy. There are specific things that make The Queen of Blood adult more »

Book Review: Dark Places

Posted September 2, 2016 by Pixie in book review, Pixie / 6 Comments
Book Review: Dark Places

Being my second Gillian Flynn book, I’ve come to realize this author is quickly climbing up my must-read list of books anytime I can get my hands on her work now. She knows how to grasp a reader’s attention quickly with her morbid style of writing and mysteries that build a tension-driven story until the very more »

Book Review: Arrowood

Posted August 8, 2016 by Kara in book review, Kara / 1 Comment
Book Review: Arrowood

I don’t read much adult fiction these days. I really like it, but it usually takes me longer to read adult fiction. I read slow as it is, so that’s not really an incentive to pick one up. But I had my eyes out looking for interesting adult fiction at ALA when I went last more »

DNF Review: The Prelapsarians

Posted April 25, 2016 by Pixie in book review, Pixie / 0 Comments
DNF Review: The Prelapsarians

The Prelapsarians had all the makings to be one epic post-apocalyptic story, one I may have found myself a little over-excited to try and pick up, until I started reading. Unfortunately all interest was lost within the first forty pages when I felt like it’d already become too complicated, and still had well over 600 more »