Single, Carefree, Mellow. 4 stars. You know just what you're getting into with the title and cover. I loved the writing and I have a feeling that I'm going to like her novel even better than these stories.
The People We Hate at the Wedding. 2 stars. You would think this would be a fun, bitchy kind of romp, but you would be wrong. Really uninteresting characters and I didn't care how any of it turned out.
The Chalk Artist. 3 stars. This one is kind of all over the place. Some of the...
It's been a whirlwind week, and we're heading to the east coast tonight for the annual family visit. I don't know how much blogging I'll be able to do this summer but I'll at least keep up the weekly and monthly recaps.
The Heirs was okay but it really should have been so much better. By the description, it sounds tailor-made for me and I expected to be raving about it. It had good character development, but that was all it had going for it. The story was somehow ordinary and over...
Someday I'm going to make more of an effort to organize my holds, but once again, a bunch of my most anticipated holds came up at once, so here's another round of "which one will be returned unread?" (™ Jessica)
Last Things- I realized recently that even though I say I don't like memoirs, I almost always love them in graphic format. This is a genre that I love and that tends to be quick, and Lucy loves this author, so I told her I'd read it first to see if...