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Miss Kate's CBRV review #8: Lady of Hay, by Barbara Erskine

OK. This book looked promising to me at first. Part historical fiction, part thriller/romance/fantasy, it seemed the perfect Next Read. But for me it devolved into full-on hate read. 613 more words

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Ashlie's #CBR5 Review 40: Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson

This is the last book I read in 2013, and I’m sad to say it ended with a whimper rather than a bang. I started this book a while back, but kept putting it down. 186 more words

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Owlcat's CBR V Review #24 of Marmee & Louisa, the Untold Story of Louisa May Alcott and her Mother by Eve Laplante

NPR thought this was one of the best books of 2012 and as a result, I had been long intending to read it, not only because of their recommendation and high praise, but also because, since my ‘tweens, I had been a huge fan of Louisa May Alcott, totally loving Little Women and Little Men, though not aware then of her other novels, nor her poetry that was mostly addressed to her parents.  927 more words

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Popcultureboy's #CBR5 Review #104: The Woman Who Died A Lot by Jasper Fforde

After a disappointing book for my first Cannonball, I really wanted an ace book for the double. But I chose badly. In this seventh entry of the Thursday Next series, Fforde drives his creation right off the literary cliff. 20 more words

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llp's #CBR5 Review 25: Black Orchid by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean

I was disappointed by this one. I suspect I am missing some of it’s charm, but it just seemed sad and disjointed to me.

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Travis_J_Smith's #CBR5 Review #170: Small Gods by Terry Pratchett

Pratchett’s an author I more or less gave up on. Like with Gaiman, it wasn’t worth suffering the status quo of disappointment in case of that rare anomaly or two. 725 more words

1 Star – A Book You Didn’t Like