It's an ode to friendship between two men, a story of the strong bond between a human and a dog, and a reminder of what is worth living for.
Stedman grounds what could be a far-fetched premise, setting the stage beautifully...Most impressive is the subtle yet profound maturation of Isabel and Tom as characters.
Macintyre effortlessly weaves the agents’ deliciously eccentric personalities with larger wartime events to shape a tale that reads like a top-notch spy thriller.
Hooper’s writing grabs the reader by the throat and she doesn’t let go until the last page is turned.
...a fast paced and enjoyable trip down the left side of the “Don’t Tread on Me” highway, providing an understanding of where the road began and where it appears to be going.
Where We Belong is a moving book, and one that sucked me in deep.
While author Brad Thor knows how to create a white-knuckle thriller, what remains most frightening is just how close to reality his story lies.
...a heart-wrenching, ultimately triumphant story that spans decades, weaves together a vivid cast of characters, and captures the challenges we face in life—sometimes, if we’re lucky, with a friend forever by our side.
Author Jody Duncan Jesser, editor of Cinefex magazine since 1992, really delivered a very intensive and thorough look into this franchise.
Bohjalian is a literary novelist... his books are also filled with artfully drawn characters and great, passionate storytelling. "The Sandcastle Girls" is all that, but different, more powerful.
The Violinist's Thumb's most refreshing aspect is the light it sheds on the role women played in studying DNA and genetics.
Readers are likely to get a kick out of this improbable, oddly entertaining allegory.
Spares no bon mot in exposing Hollywood’s sexism, ageism and incurable penchant for extravagant silliness.
...lately I'm finding I have an uneasy time with the perfection of her characters and the lovefest ambiance from all the secondary couples included in each book
A predictable tale in which the hits, and the blood spatter, just keep coming.
Erin Hilenbrand has written another thought provoking story. This book will have you talking to everyone about what you just read, exclaiming, “You have to read this book!”
Brunt's affecting novel about the impact of Aids on one family tackles a subject still rife with ignorance and prejudice.
...is less an elegy to the lost son than a tribute to those who remain.
The Girl Below has definite potential, but needs a bit more information.
The ending is a little forced and rather too neat.