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This week suffered from schedule-fall-apart. Again. I’m so grateful to Amy for stopping by with a guest review to help me out. I really enjoyed The Defender, but it weighs in at a hefty 656 pages. It was also a bit denser than my usual fiction. So, it took me longer than just one overnight to read. And after being serious with both The Defender in one way and Cat Shout for Joy in another, I just couldn’t do another serious book. Not that Prince’s Gambit isn’t fiction, but the themes get pretty dark, as exemplified by the first book in that series, Captive Prince. I think I’ll wait awhile before picking that back up again.
It’s not that it doesn’t look good, it’s that I’m just not feeling it right now. Does that ever happen to you with your reading?
B+ Review: Fighting Dirty by Lori Foster + Cover Spotlight + Giveaway
B+ Guest Review: I Think I Love You by Stephanie Bond
A- Review: The Defender: How the Legendary Black Newspaper Changed America by Ethan Michaeli
B+ Review: Cat Shout for Joy by Shirley Rousseau Murphy
B Review: Aunty Lee’s Delights by Ovidia Yu
Stacking the Shelves (173)
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Coming Next Week:
When Falcons Fall by C.S. Harris (review)
Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop (review)
Birds of a Feather by Jacqueline Winspear (blog tour review)
Two to Wrangle by Victoria Vane (blog tour review)
Battlestorm by Susan Krinard (review)