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Sunday, April 4, 2010

Mini-Reviews


The Cinderella Society by Kay Cassidy
Information overload—hoping the sequel will delve deeper into the plot. Great promise though.

Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd edited by Holly Black
Half liked, half ehh.

After by Amy Ewaf
Really, really liked the beginning—great voice, intriguing plot—but then I got stuck halfway. It was like with The Cinderella Society, information overload, situation lost control (opps sorry, song stuck in my head).

Suite Scarlett/Scarlett Fever by Maureen Johnson
Weee. That was fun! Defintiely something to pick up when bored or looking for a good read. There is a big Spencer-favor in Scarlett Fever, which is good for the people who love him! I kind of grew tired/annoyed by him later.

The Season by Sarah MacLean
It’s sort of this separation of romance and mystery. Like with The Body Finder it goes back and forth fighting for dominance. The mystery aspect really lacked. Easy read with lots of giggling :)

9 comments:

  1. Wow - those are mini mini reviews :)

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  2. You were annoyed by my husband Spencer? WELL IT'S A GOOD THING YOU HUSBAND MR FUNK ANNOYS ME TOO *crazed*

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  3. I love how you do mini reviews. I agree with After. I loved the beginning, but halfway through the book I just got so bored. I never got around to reading the ending.

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  4. *YOUR

    I AM SO CRAZED I CANNOT SPELL CORRECTLY

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  5. @khy you are amazing.

    nice mini-reviews, I do them too because I'm too lazy to post full ones :P glad I'm not alone!

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  6. @khy you are crazy xD BUT WE CAN SHARE BIEBER YES!? :D

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  7. Nice mini-reviews! I just finished Cinderella Society, it was pretty confusing but you're totally right, it has great promise! Happy Easter! (:

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  8. Wow, way to put mini in the mini. xD

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  9. I love The Cinderella Society. Lots of info but it keeps you wanting more.

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