Just like my mini-reviews for books that I can’t find the will to write full reviews for, I’m going to lump together my DNF reviews, as well. Because, seriously, why would I devote a whole blog post to a book a couldn’t even devote full reading time to?
Today’s DNF reviews:
- The Birds that Stay (Russell and Leduc, #1) by Ann Lambert
- The Year of the Witching (Bethel, #1) by Alexis Henderson
Buckle up for snark, bitches.
Continue reading “DNF Mini-Review Roundup: That Birds that Stay and The Year of the Witching”
“I’m fighting crime with my twat.”
Bold Stroke Books | 2016
Opening Hook: Bullets and blood and zero follow-up.
Main Character: SUCH AN ASSHOLE.
Plot Twisty-ness: I mean, the butt plug was unexpected so…
Soooooo, honestly what the fuck is this? It’s been a while since I read something this cringe-worthy.
Part of my bookish New Years resolutions is to tackle my backlog of Netgalley arcs that I’ve been putting off reading. This is one of those books. And it’s going to be my first ever DNF @ 48%.
First of all, let’s talk about how this is presented to the reader – as a detective crime fiction novel. But, as far as I read, this book fits that category in only the most liberal sense of the genre.
The main character, Jill Roberts, is a detective. Check.
She visits a couple of crime scenes. Check.
And that’s about it.
Continue reading “DNF Review: Murder on the Rocks by Clara Nipper”