I expected a bit more Viking and less Asgard and Giants and Dwarves. Instead, I found a tale as deep and explosive as Hekla the volcano erupting and destroying a mountain and valley.
Is this a haunted house book, or are its inhabitants the ones who haunt themselves? It's hard to tell.
It was a good book and I read it in one sitting, but I did think that the book relied too much on cliches and stereotypes, and less on true Viking-age mythology and powerful character
The Library of Lost and Found is a sort of coming-of-age story, but for a woman in her 40's.
3 stars 18 year-old angry, rebellious, stubborn Stella is in jailed for the murder of 33-year-old Chris, businessman and millionaire. The question is: did she really murder him?
It was solid enough and it’s clear the writer has a lawyer’s mind in building a case and going through details. The writing was flat, however...
Tiffy answers Leon's ad for a strange, but potentially doable living arrangement: sharing a flat, and not only that, but sharing a bed. Just not at the same time.
1. Handsome boy meets geeky (but attractive, though she doesn't know it) girl 2. Boy/girl don't know if they'll meet again 3. Boy/girl meet again 4. Boy/girl don't know the other is interested 5. Boy/girl realizes other is interested 6. Boy/girl admit love 7. ❤️ 💕
3.5 stars Quirky.
4 stars I loved how Vengeful capitalizes on the world and character from Villains #1, while making things badder, darker, and more, well, vengeful.