October-November Mini Reviews

Another Novel Read (has moved!)

I’ve decided I don’t like writing full reviews of books (even in 200 words or less), because the more I feel like I have to be a critic, the more critical I feel toward books. I’d rather just read books and enjoy them, then post some thoughts on them afterward. Here’s a bunch of books I read in October and November.

Carnival of Souls, by Melissa Marr

Carnival of Souls, by Melissa Marr3stars
Melissa Marr weaves interesting worlds, and this one was no exception. The story was definitely intriguing, and it was a quick, enjoyable read. The conflict within the romance was fine at first, but as things progressed and I learned what Kaleb did in order to “keep” Mallory, I was pretty turned off. I also didn’t like that everyone was keeping Mallory in the dark the whole time – even the people who had no reason to lie to her! This wasn’t a favorite…

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