Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Mini Reviews: Hunter Huntsman's Story, Affliction, Dancing, Doubletake & more

So with reading and reviewing so many books, I am running out of days in which to share them with you.  I am going to start posting Mini Reviews of books that I read through out the month but couldn't find the time to post on the last Sunday of each month.
So clearly this isn't Sunday but it is the last day of the year and I wanted to share some quick mini reviews of all the other books that I didn't get posted this year (minus the children's books)
This was an extremely short novella that didn't let you get to know the characters too much but the story idea is intriguing enough I may end up getting more in this series. Two Paws
I found this book unbelievably irritating. I barely made it through this book but only because it was a short MG book. One Paw.
This was a slightly redeeming book in a flagging series. I liked the little bit of normalcy of the short story. Three Paws and a Stump Wag.
And this is the end of the series for me! I am beyond frustrated with this series, Anita is perfect in everyway has all these abilities yet a ridiculous amount of insecurities, so contradictory.  Not to mention the endless, pointless conversations. The one good part of the book was Edward came back! One Paw and a Stump Wag.
I should have read this while reading the rest of the series because it really didn't make a whole lot of sense at first. The story line was very choppy and there was no character connection.  One Paw and a Stump Wag.
This was a free download from Audible for the holiday.  The narration was fantastic but I wasn't a huge fan of the story, a little all over the place with a lot of empty space to fill in on your own. Two Paws.
This story was almost entirely character driven for me, if it weren't for them I would have never kept reading. This was a novella but didn't feel like a novella, there was plenty of back story and depth of characters. Three Paws.
To go along with some strong characters, this book had some unexpected twists that kept you reading. Three Paws and a Stump Wag!

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