There was a lot going on in this book, and we learned a lot more about Robin and Strike than the trickles of information from the previous books. Their relationship shifted slightly and we finally had acknowledgement of the sexual tension between them, although we’re still left without any relief or hope that anything will ever happen.
Man, what a ride. This book was so long, but it was all good. Everything that happened and that was described felt absolutely necessary in the scheme of things, and I didn't skip a word. It completely absorbed me and when I finished I felt like I had finished a journey of my own.
It's been about 3 years since I read the last book in the series, and I honestly have no idea why I waited so long to continue!
I'm a big King fan, but I'm not blind to his faults. Hey, everyone has them, so who am I to judge right? I know he's a great writer and most of the time I absolutely adore his work, but honestly this isn't the first time I didn't love something he did.
★★★★★ Let me just state, first and foremost, I really loved this book. I haven't read that much of Joe Hill's stuff, but I obviously know who he's related to, and I'm a super-fan of King. Which is also why it was pretty difficult to ignore the similarities between this dystopian novel, and The Stand.… Continue reading Book Review: The Fireman
My Rating: 5 Stars 1st Watch OMG I loved this movie. I’m not a movie critic though, so I have the (seemingly) unique ability to move past the clunky and iffy scenes and still enjoy what’s in front of me. I watched the movie in IMAX 3D, and while it was really great, I would… Continue reading Avengers: Age of Ultron