A comic about a bookstore owner how is a wolf and the customers who are woodland creatures but it‘s so relatable if you‘ve had to do any kind of customer service. You too would wish to be a wolf.
It‘s been some stressful times lately. This can give you some concrete guidance.
Sorry haven‘t really been up to reviewing this past year. Moving, pneumonia and then the pandemic.
Anyway this had all my favourite characters in one novel. DD Warren is still my favourite but Flora is growing on me. Small towns hide big secrets. The most interesting part of the story is the witness though.
Written in 2011 this is a bit dated. It can give you some ideas but a lot of things have already been done
I was a little surprised at who it was and it was weird how they became a werewolf to begin with. Quick read but not really scary. Plenty of gore.
I‘m not going to bother really going into this because guess what? The author invalidates the entire series by having the main character able to time travel. I think she may have even prevented herself from existing in the first place in doing so too
I think the story is alright but I don‘t like it when characters all of a sudden level up their powers because they are the chosen one and need to be powerful because otherwise the bad guys win by default. This is only book 2 though. Plus I don‘t think those killed off really seem to matter. Too much telling, not enough showing.
I can see why this is popular, like shades of gray for sex. The Middle Aged woman is bored with her middle classed life. This is a self help guide disguised as a novel. The techniques are real cognitive therapy ones. I thought the husband was having an affair, not afraid of not being good enough for his improved wife.
Hulder really needs to quit drinking. He makes terrible relationship decisions drunk. The whole story is dark and depressing. The power some people have, when you don‘t believe the kids, when the kids can‘t trust the system to protect them. It‘s sad.
Cold case where they have 3 suspects in a room, bring in a forth and suddenly it all comes together
Why does one say 7 and one 7 1/2? Oh well, this book confused me because of the timeline aspect. It reminds me A LOT of an episode of Black Mirror, and not in relation to time travel. In the end I was actually kind of disappointed how the murder mystery actually panned out. So run of the mill.
What I know of genetics from several years of biology class is that this book is plausible, which makes it extremely creepy. What if you could just slap on a cream and become a supermodel free of any genetic medical issues? We go as far as plastic surgery, what‘s a little fiddling around with DNA?
Another book dealing with Cotrad‘s syndrome. It‘s a short story