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heathercr

heathercr

Joined May 2016

Reading is a lifestyle.
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The Hellfire Club | Jake Tapper
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I like Tapper. Let‘s see how he does make believe.

heathercr Tapper likes to name drop moments in history. The story is ok but I‘m not sure there was enough to make me recommend it. Felt like he wanted to make a movie, got rejected for the idea and wrote a book. 1y
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Pickpick

Just started this book and I already don‘t want it to end. For all their faults the Fishers were magic. #FisherMagic

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Currently reading. I effin' adore Neil Gaiman.

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Identity Crisis | Brad Meltzer
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Always travel with a few friends. Loved it.

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Mehso-so

Look- I'll admit- I'm the first one to roll my eyes when I read these. For whatever reason I can't help it and I read them and then I forget them. As much as I love the TV show, the books just fill in the gaps between seasons. *The book cover is boring and Keenan is much better to look at

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Love. Love. Love. I will read any graphic novel. I will read any horror graphic novel. I will read any horror graphic novel by Joe Hill. This is wonderful and gory and adult and scary and funny.

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Welcome to Night Vale | Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor
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Love the podcast love the book. Sometimes I scratched my head and asked myself WTF did I just read? But that was expected as it is when one scratches their head while reading. Imaginary Pie is my new favorite.

trioxin_sematary You should start posting again! 😊 1y
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Pickpick

Was it everything I wanted? Of course not. Was it fun and nostalgic and simple? Absolutely. I mean cmon, it's Harry Freakin Potter. I'm not greedy. We received 7 wonderful novels that told a brilliant story. This was a play and it read like a play and with the imagined effects and theatricals it was great. Harry is a friend that was wonderful to visit again.

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Asylum | Madeleine Roux
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Mehso-so

The writing could be better but it's a nice easy read that keeps me interested. I like the kids but I see the author trying a little too hard to make this the anti -Hogwarts. Quite a few parallels that are laughable at times.

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The Danish Girl | David Ebershoff
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Mehso-so

I really wanted to enjoy this book more than I did. It definitely kept my interest, but I didn't feel anything for the characters. I appreciated the topic and the era however I felt it was almost a bit too neat and tidy for such a controversial situation during this time.

MrBook Isn't this a movie now? 4y
heathercr Yes with Eddie Rayne. Hopefully it's better than the book or at least more entertaining 4y
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Columbine | Dave Cullen
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Take everything you thought you knew and forget it. One of the most complete conversations about what happened and how the question of "why" will never be answered.

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Graveyard Book | Neil Gaiman
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This book is so Gaiman. It was dark and funny and beautifully written. It's full of atmosphere and adventure and reminded me of all the books I loved as a child. I read the last page and smiled. That doesn't happen very often anymore.

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First time I ever felt conflicted about a character. Still gets me every single time.