City of Bones
This timely and inspiring book offers many insights into how to improve America’s mediocre school system.
Ross satisfyingly fleshes out their mating dance with secondary characters familiar from her earlier books and tantalizing glimpses of stories to be told in future installments.
A promising start to a series, provided Roberts can flesh out her derivative heroine.
By no means as substantial or resourceful as Parker’s best, but a treasurable demonstration of the bromide that “life is mostly metaphor”...
The Beginner's Goodbye
Some might consider the latest from Tyler . . .typically wise and charming, while others will dismiss it as cloying.
I've Got Your Number
Screwball romance with a likable and vulnerable heroine.
Popular, prolific Roberts (The Search, 2010, etc.) delivers hair-raising smoke-jumping sequences along with the obligatory thrills, sex and a mystery even the greenest armchair sleuths will be able to ...
The Last Boyfriend
This book doesn't have a particularly active plot...this book's lavish descriptions of upholstery and window treatments and accent lamps made my eyes glaze over sometimes
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
If Harry grew up in the last book, here he becomes a man, learning the true impact of the last book's prophecy, and the importance of love as the antidote to fear.
Stranger in a Strange Land
As You Like It
The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!
Lady Windermere's Fan
The Truth About Forever
A Midsummer Night's Dream