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Kat Williams Review: I'm not going to waste my time reading this dated, often racist and size-ist, and altogether ludicrous teen novel. I bought it bored on a cold, empty winter day. We do crazy things when holed up in an ice cave for months on end. The purchase of this book is high on my list of wintry follies. Suffice to say I will never finish this. And now that spring is here I have no desire to have this sitting among my things, creating added clutter. Be off with you Stranger! I don't care about you nor your e


Jessica Woodbury Review: I usually do not read a whole lot of celebrity memoir-slash-essay books if the celebrity is not a writer or comedian whose work I'm familiar with. But I was so charmed by the cover and title of Gabourey Sidibe's book, and knowing a little of her backstory I thought it might be a fun read. I was very much right.

This is the kind of book you read where when it's over you feel like you and the author are now friends. Sidibe does this thing where her writing feels so conversational, so natural, that


Carol***BeautyandtheBeastlyBooks Review: 2.5 stars

*** ARC received in exchange of an honest opinion***

Unfortunately book didn’t grab my attention, just the opposite, in fact. It bored me.

There were a LOT of cliches and they weren’t made in a way that made me like them.

There were also some “fresh” subjects, like Jude’s father scandal. But that was handled so superficially that instead of adding angst to the story and some good drama, it made it boring and unreal. I expected at least some resolving after the whole book, some closure.



Samadrita Review: Consider this not a ground-breaking work of literature. Consider this not a piece of fiction boasting an avant-garde mode of narration.
Consider it not a commentary on the concept of subjugation of the weak by the ones holding the reins. Consider it not a thinly veiled feminist diatribe either.

Instead, consider The Handmaid's Tale an almost physical experience. Consider Margaret Atwood a fearless deliverer of unpleasant news - a messenger unafraid of dishing out the bone-chilling, cruel, unalter


Nick Angelis Review: Tarzan is simply a white SuperCaptainCoolMan. That's all there is to it. With sinewy arms of steel forged in the leafy shadows of the darkest jungles--you get the picture. The silliest theme in the book is Tarzan's de-evolution from a gentleman in Paris to the ape-man rampaging through the jungle with his primate brethren. The not-so-subtle social Darwinism featured in all the Tarzan books is annoying if you can't get past the stupid ideas of previous generations--maybe in 75 years people will b


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