I was not a fan of this book. The narrator was completely unlikable, which I understand to be the point. However, it was distracting how unlikable he was. I’m not a big religious person (to say the least), but even I was absolutely choking on the amount of biblical names and oversaturated (and pretty lazy)Continue reading “Review: Don’t Cry For Me”
Wow. What a spectacularly uneventful book. I spent 173 pages in the world of The Tobacco Wives, and I couldn’t bear to spend a moment longer in it. What a terribly mediocre book. I can firmly say, after reading the 825th description of a dress, that I have no interest whatsoever in what happens throughoutContinue reading “DNF: The Tobacco Wives”
Holy shit, y’all. This book tricked the fuck out of me. I knew this book was about Jesus, and, when I read the acknowledgements, she thanked Jesus. I was actually on board for a while, but too many references to My Sun instead of My God just got under my skin. Yes, I’m not religious.Continue reading “Review: The Nature of Witches”
After reading so many Greek mythology retellings (Ariadne, The Song of Achilles, and Circe), reading The Witch’s Heart was an excellent way to sate my desire for mythological retellings when tired of hearing about Zeus and what a giant asshole he is. The Witch’s Heart is, instead, a Norse mythology retelling, centered on Angrboda, Loki’sContinue reading “Review: The Witch’s Heart”
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