Jessica's Book Thoughts

I read books from a mix of genres. My favorites are dark fantasy, paranormal anything, Sci fi, horror, and fantasy. I have a thing for reading encyclopedias, I know it's sort of weird. When I find something interesting (meaning really gross, funny, unbelievable) I lost about it. I have an amazing family.

Today
October
16
Charlie Jane Anders
Terry Pratchett
reading
Wendy Higgins
reading
C. Robert Cargill
reading
J.R. Ward
Elizabeth Hunter
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Gail Z. Martin
Mark Onspaugh
October2018
15
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My early June project to declutter my bookshelves stalled badly. I am such a mood reader, that I think at this point I just h...
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Series: Discworld #6 This is still an early Discworld book, so the world isn't fully fleshed out and Pratchett, although en...
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Woot! Both my skeletons have feet! ::Happy dance:: Bingo across bottom row. S...
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What works as a young adult mystery often just doesn't cut it for an adult reader. But that's the point. This is for young...
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I don’t feel the need to do an actual review for this one, so instead I’ll just say that Jane Marple is my favorite character...
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I approached this with some wariness, as I saw other readers had tagged it as YA and my experiences in that genre has led me ...
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I was debating using the audio of Dracula for gothic, but in the spirit of cheesy vintage gothic paperbacks, I decided to use...
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The only reason I finished this is to claim my bingo square and bingo #4. While the satire of the theatre society, mystery...
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Well, this was a big load of rubbish. Culminating in and ending which was an even bigger load of rubbish. Add to this that th...
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The next installment was good and entertaining, though I think it was not my favorite in the series. The adventure continues...
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The ex-queen of England had, even during infancy, endeavoured to implant daring and ambitious designs in the mind of her son....
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This could become a "thing." https://fineart.ha.com/itm/pulp-pulp-like-digests-and-paperback-art/scott-gladden-american-20t...
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The second book is jam-packed with action, passion, and suspense. I loved the characters and the plot, it was fast-paced and...
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I had a great time with my friend Andi at the 4th Annual Merrimack Valley Halloween Book Festival! #merrimackvalleybookfest ...
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Nicely done Mr Aaronovitch. Rather than clumsy edits in an attempt to make the book easier to understand for non-UK reader...

Currently reading

The Name of the Wind (Kingkiller Chronicle, #1) by Patrick Rothfuss
All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders
The Colour of Magic by Terry Pratchett
Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins
Progress: 40/453pages
Sea of Rust by C. Robert Cargill
Progress: 30/448pages
Blood Fury by J.R. Ward
Progress: 200/432pages
This Same Earth by Elizabeth Hunter
The Song of Mavin Manyshaped by Sheri S. Tepper
Ice Forged by Gail Z. Martin
Progress: 80/592pages
The Faceless One by Mark Onspaugh