The episodic feel of this book, the dearth of information and one-sided literary illustrations, were a disappointment.
Strange the Dreamer is beautiful and entrancing, summoning the dreamer in all of us.
This book illustrates the reality of the Gilded Age, the dust and ashes beneath the glimmer and gold.
The plot weaves together disparate voices into a surprisingly melodious chorus.
The sheer lack of anything positive in the plot and intentionally obscure writing makes me wonder why I bothered reading it.
It’s interesting and somewhat good, but it could have been so much better.
Mr. Churchill’s Secretary tries to do too much and ends up doing too little.
This book has some wicked awesome dialogue and an incredibly unique idea behind it, so…if you don’t mind a strained plot and a mediocre main character, then go for it.
More than just the clever plots, I loved the characters, the way they grew while still remaining distinctly themselves.
This book articulates the power of womankind…and the power of love—of all kinds.
The Healer Series combines magic, love, and adventure for a good time.
This book is about a girl who forges her own destiny; she needs no Prince Charming to do it for her.