With Malice kept me up at night because I couldn’t sleep without knowing how it would end. Of course, the job of a psychological thriller is to keep readers up long after everyone’s gone to sleep, so it should be the expectation when picking up such a book.
LOGO DESIGN LOVE by David Airey
Logo Design Love is a book that borrows the name of the author’s website, also Logo Design Love. When I picked up this book, I didn’t know that. I was looking for books on graphic design at the library, when Logo Design Love caught my eye. It’s specific to logos, which was something along the lines that I was looking for.
FAKING FAITH by Josie Bloss
Faking Faith dealt with themes that always fascinate me: religion and the Internet. Weaving them together in one book is practically a guarantee that I’ll read it. Thankfully Josie Bloss did not disappoint me with her book. There were some aspects that could’ve been developed better but as a whole, I did enjoy it, if…
SOMETIMES NEVER, SOMETIMES ALWAYS by Elissa Janine Hoole
I’m not so sure what to say about Sometimes Never, Sometimes Always. It certainly is interesting and I think the subject matters are very relevant in this day and age. Religion and technology were both integrated to form the backdrop to Cass’s story. Cass struggles with living in a family where she is the only…
CONFESSIONS OF AN ALMOST-GIRLFRIEND (Confessions #2) by Louise Rozett
Rose is back, a year older, a sophomore, with a slight bit more mature voice, and a whole lot more problems than when readers first got to know her in Confessions of an Angry Girl. She needs to decide for herself what to do with Jamie. She still has the cheerleaders on her case. She and her brother are not exactly talking to each other either. She also hasn’t stopped missing her dad who died in Iraq the previous year. In the very least, she has her best friend back by her side.