Alright, this is going to be one of my shortest reviews, I think. Even though there weren’t very many surprises left in the book with the blurb that has been included with the book, I can’t deny the cuteness factor of The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight. In fact, this is one of…
THE PARADOX OF VERTICAL FLIGHT by Emil Ostrovski
There is something terrifying yet absolutely comforting about coming across a character that seems to be of equal mind to mine. Or maybe it’s the author’s thoughts that might as well have been pulled out of my very own mind. Not that I could have written this tale but the voice! That voice was like…
GOLDEN by Jessi Kirby
AN ABUNDANCE OF KATHERINES by John Green
For once I’m not entirely sure if my dislike for the book purely stems from the book itself or from the expectations that arose prior to reading the book because a very popular author wrote this. An Abundance of Katherines is the first full-length novel of John Green that I got my hands on. The first sentence had me totally hooked but no single sentence can sustain a whole book. No matter how good that sentence is. Despite my growing reservations, I decided to continue reading, even staying up till 3 a.m. one night just to complete it. Sleep would’ve been time better spent on my part.
SNOWED OVER by Angie Stanton
Maybe romance books just aren’t for me. Romance novellas even less so. Or I just haven’t found the kind that makes me go all soft inside. While I didn’t launch into eye rolls as I had feared, sadly, I didn’t really feel Snowed Over either.