This was a quick and insightful read that, although a little depressing at times, was heartwarming and surprising.
This was a little disappointing because I felt that the writing really let the plot down. I may check out the second one but it’s not something I’m in a rush to get to.
This was a reread for me so I listened to it on audiobook (narrated by Martin Freeman) and I enjoyed it even more this second time around!
This was a surprisingly realistic portrayal of relationships and the high school experience, discussing topics such as alcoholism and divorce whilst also showing comedic aspects.
This was a brilliant short story collection with amazing artwork that I honestly can’t recommend enough.
This was a slow paced book and although I found that it wasn’t really a magical realism novel, as the synopsis states, it was interesting and kept me compelled.
This was a quick and fun read about the amazing relationship that can form between a dog and its owner. I read this in one sitting and though I wish it was longer, I would still recommend it.
I feel that the concept of this novel was a little stronger than the execution. The beginning was slow but it definitely improved as it went on.
This was a slower read again but I really enjoyed the quiet small-town stories. The characters that Gaskell created are so realistic but remain interesting throughout; this has definitely inspired my interest in North and South.
I read the first ten issues in the series using Scribd and am looking forward to someday reading the rest of the story. I loved the artwork and found the story very action-packed.
This was an adorable read full of humorous cartoons and uplifting anecdotes. I’d definitely recommend this as a pick-me-up.
This was a depressing read with irredeemable characters. The writing style was beautiful at points and it was a quick read. I can understand why people would enjoy this book but honestly it just wasn’t for me.