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Book Review: Booked on a Feeling

Book Review: Booked on a Feeling

The thing about requesting romance novels on NetGalley is that later you have to review them. Most of the time I feel so stupidly neutral about a straight romance that I feel like a zombie walking around going “I had fun! It wasn’t great, but it wasn’t bad!” I read this as an audiobook egalley […]

Posted November 13, 2022 by geograph in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Book Review: Prayer for the Crown-Shy

Book Review: Prayer for the Crown-Shy

Hey. Hey, you. Did you know that “cozy” as a genre descriptor no longer applies to Just Mysteries? That’s right, we’ve got cozy romances now, we’ve got cozy fantasy, and even, incredibly, cozy sci-fi by the incredible and inimitable Becky Chambers. The only flaw about this book is that it’s so short, and also I […]

Posted November 12, 2022 by geograph in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Book Review: Just Like Home

Book Review: Just Like Home

claustrophobic, atmospheric, fundamentally about the horrors of coming back home after you are an adult. repetition used to absolute maximum effect. some parts of this book made me feel physically sick, but it’s not necessarily gory, just kind of, nausea-inducing. in a positive way? I was very lucky to get this eARC as both an […]

Posted October 16, 2022 by geograph in adult, contemporary, horror, review, thriller / 0 Comments
Audiobook Review: The Paper Caper

Audiobook Review: The Paper Caper

Narrator: First person Series #: Bibliophile Mystery 16 Main sleuth(s): Brooklyn Wainwright, bookbinder Animals: Fluffy calico cat Location: San Francisco, California Theme: Bookbinding Sub-location: Covington Library during the Mark Twain Festival Notes on the puns of the title: It’s has to do with the murder AND it rhymes! I’m not sure that it’s a pun, […]

Posted October 15, 2022 by geograph in adult, contemporary, cozy mysteries, review / 0 Comments
What Moves the Dead (audio)book review

What Moves the Dead (audio)book review

This book is really really weird and I think that’s its best trait. I was extremely spooked by The Fall of the House of Usher as a small child, (and also confused it with the popular musical artist, Usher, and was terrified of him as well). The narrator has a really interesting Narration Style, which […]

Posted August 5, 2022 by geograph in adult, horror, review / 0 Comments