I really liked this book – it has an interesting plot, is easy to read, and Buchanan does a good job of differentiating the different voices of the characters.
This book is beautiful and sad, wistful and contemplative and lyrical like all of Gaiman’s books.
These are enormously good fun to read. Martin Bull’s books are filled with photos of some really great street art, most by Banksy, and discusses the history of some of the pieces.
I loved this book, truly. It is so wonderful, and I don’t know how to do it justice.
There isn’t really very much reading in this book, but it is so interesting – I highly recommend it.
I loved this book, unreservedly. It has the most unreliable narrator, EVER, but it is just pure magic.
I have been slowly reading this over the past few months, picking it up and putting it down as time has allowed. I found it relaxing and enjoyable – I am not enormously familiar with Garrison Keillor, but like his voice in this collection.
I did not enjoy this book. At all. I had really loved Ender’s Game, but my love was tainted by my knowledge of Card’s political views – I tried not to let it affect my reading of this novel, but I thought it was awful.
I loved this book, truly. It was insightful, interesting and intensely personal.