I thought this book was alright, it kept me interested and kept me wanting to read more to find out what happens. However, I didn’t like the end – it seemed too rushed and to me, it seemed like it wasn’t even written by the same author. Really weird. And part of the ending made… Continue reading Book Review: Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben
My husband and I have three sponsored children through Compassion International. With Compassion, each child has exactly 1 sponsor and we are encouraged to write to the children and they will write back. Originally, the letters/cards/photos were sent to Colorado for the children and then would be routed to the appropriate place. Same with the… Continue reading Compassion Letter Writing.
This book is the fourth book in the Under Suspicion series by Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke. I enjoyed this book a lot, it kept me interested, kept me reading. If you like the other books in the series, you’ll most likely enjoy this one as well. Even though this books could make sense… Continue reading Book Review: The Sleeping Beauty Killer by Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke
This is the third book in the brilliance trilogy. If I didn’t buy all three books at the same time, I would not have read all three. I understand why the second and third book explain things that happened in the first but the way that they seemed to explain things with the exact same… Continue reading Book Review: Written in Fire by Marcus Sakey
Sometimes I have dreams about my cats. Often, the cats will turn into kids at some point in the dream. Then they turn back into cats. But during the dream, they aren’t really cats or kids – they are both. But it isn’t weird or strange in the dream, that’s just how it is. Sometimes… Continue reading Dreams about cats.
This is the second book in the Brilliance Trilogy. The first one wasn’t that great but this one is slightly better. If i didn’t buy all three at the same time, I probably wouldn’t have bothered reading this one. The ideas are really interesting and the plot is exciting but I didn’t really care that… Continue reading Book Review: A Better World by Marcus Sakey