Publisher: jimmy patterson

Gunslinger Girl by Lyndsay Ely

Gunslinger Girl by Lyndsay Ely

Serendipity Jones, y’all. My goodness, I loved this girl. Full disclosure?  Gunslinger Girl was preordered about two days before release, and it’s been sitting on my shelf every since.  I’ve been eyeing it with doubt and suspicion for two months until I picked it up last week thinking “might as well get this over with”. I am a fool. I wish I had read this book two months ago.  Heavens, I wish I had received an ARC.  Pity and Max and Luster and the whole gang were exactly what I needed right now in my unenthusiastic reading drudge.  I mean, for starters […]

Posted March 14, 2018 in Reviews // 3 Comments //
Saving the World (and Other Extreme Sports) by James Patterson

Saving the World (and Other Extreme Sports) by James Patterson

  At last! A Maximum Ride I couldn’t put down. That is, half of it. At long last, Patterson answers some questions and cuts the flock in half, so that the reader can switch between one half and the next rather than reading about all the travel time. I felt like the flow was better in this one, there were unexpected twists and turns, and Saving the World – and Other Extreme Sports renewed my faith in the hype about the Maximum Ride series… enough that I will be picking up the next book when I run out of things to read. […]

Posted February 12, 2012 in Reviews // 3 Comments //
School’s Out – Forever by James Patterson

School’s Out – Forever by James Patterson

  Yes, yes, I know. Everybody loves Max. I think that phrase is written across all three of the Patterson books I own. I’m still trying to love Max. I still don’t. The series is not bad. I liked the first book better than I liked School’s Out – Forever. I think that they idea of these kids going to school is a little far-fetched and ridiculous, and as much as the travelling annoyed me before, their goals seemed more realistic to their situation. And I simply couldn’t get past Anne, their caretaker. The lack-of-FBI-esque qualities that abounded in her […]

Posted October 22, 2011 in Reviews // 0 Comments //