(Fantasy, hardcover, 432 pages; published May 13, 2014 by Harper Voyager; source: publisher)
Highly enjoyed the first book, less so with this one due to a fragmented plot. Still rooting for MC! Strong worldbuilding and descriptions. 3 stars.
(YA Paranormal, hardcover, 232 pages; published February 18, 2014 by HarperTeen; source: publisher)
While I didn’t love the constantly shifting times via the sisters’ POVs, I still enjoyed watching the sisters grow and fall in love. 3 stars.
(Urban Fantasy, ebook, 280 pages; published October 13, 2014 by Pocket Star; source: publisher)
Highly enjoy Underwood’s Geekomancy series; this one has the same whimsy including a fish-out-of-water in NYC (which I appreciated). Crazy-fast pace. 3 1/2 stars.
(Urban Fantasy, mass market paperback, 304 pages; published January 27, 2015 by Ace; source: publisher)
Overwhelmed by this book. Too many characters, plotlines, information and POVs. As someone who adores the UF genre, this was terribly disappointing. 2 stars.
(Mystery, hardcover, 324 pages; published August 27, 2013 by Scribner; source: publisher)
I like the TV show better than the books these days. *gasp* Hard to keep a series fresh after 16 books. Weak mystery, pedantic protagonist (yay alliteration!). 2 1/2 stars.
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