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Professional Reader 2016 NetGalley Challenge 25 Book Reviews

2016 Reading Challenge

2016 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 47 books toward her goal of 125 books.

Thought for Today or On the Value of Clothes (Yes, Really Clothes)

Clothes might not make the woman, but they certainly can add starch to her spine.

from Justice Hall by Laurie R. King

If you don’t know this series, you really should – it’s a Sherlock Holmes spin-off, but set after his (semi-)retirement and heavily weighted toward his new partner, Mary Russell. The writing is lovely, […]

Book Review: Night School by Lee Child

So today’s review is a little unusual – it is for a book I haven’t read. Didn’t even try. Not even a single page… BUT, that doesn’t matter, because this one was reviewed by the oh-so-talented TheAudioBookGuy (aka, Mr. Jill-Elizabeth). He normally only does reviews of audio books BUT he’s a ginormous Lee Child/Jack Reacher […]

Book Review: Doorways by Robert Enright

I loved the cover art, the description, the title – I love world-behind-the-world books. I’m fascinated by the concept of a secret connection between worlds/experiences of the world, and really enjoy reading different authors’ spins on explaining the inexplicable. I’m generally a fan of the anti-hero, who struggles to save both the world and himself. […]

Book Review and Interview: The Jekyll Revelation by Robert Masello

So I have a few bits to share with you on this one. First, my review – which is, I must admit, not the warmest I’ve ever written… Nevertheless, there were enough redeeming qualities to the writing that I felt compelled to share some author interview questions and answers because I think they’re insightful […]

It’s Not Just Me! Or On Books vs. eBooks

I have a long-established love-hate relationship with e-books… On one hand, I love them – I can carry thousands of books around with me in something smaller and lighter than my wallet. And if those thousands of books aren’t enough or what I feel like, I can find nearly any (or at least anyt relatively […]