Melody
Last week’s theme was: Catch Up On Reviews Week.

How to:
1. Catch up on your reviews as much as you can this week.
2. Towards the end of the week, write a wrap-up post about how that went for you. You could list all the books you reviewed, if you like, and if some of the posts are up already, you could link to them.
3. Come back and sign the Mister Linky at the bottom of the page with your end-of-the-week wrap-up post.
I am so way behind time, and I have myself to blame because I have been procrastinating! Anyway, last week's theme is pretty straightforward, and I am relieved that I do not have to rack my brain and worry about what to write.

I always post my review after I have finished reading a book, so here they are (not much reading as compared to other readers but they will have to do):

  1. Fire and Ice by Anne Stuart (This is the 5th installment of the Ice series. Besides having a kick reading all the the action-packed scenes, I also enjoyed reading the tensions between the sexy bad boy heroes and their courageous heroines.)
  2. The Thirteenth Tale by Dianne Setterfield (One of the best reads I read so far this year! Full of intrigue and suspense, and I love the author's writing style! I am definitely looking forward to reading more of her books in future!)
  3. Down to a Sunless Sea by Mathias B. Freese (I got a reviewer copy from the author. This is a collection of 15 short stories; each tale tells a story about the difficult situation a character faced and a glimpse of his/her inner thoughts. Though some are dark, I find them thought-provoking in a way.)
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2 Responses
  1. Alice Teh Says:

    Melody, I've been bitten by the lazy bug! If you noticed, I've not been doing reviews lately. How? How?...


  2. Melody Says:

    Alice, I've been wondering about that too lately. I hope everything's well with you. :)