Laugh-out-loud funny book! The book is the story of the author’s two dogs pictured as two middle age men. It doesn’t sound funny but it is totally hilarious! I’m sure the people at work were wondering why I was first giggling and then laughing out loud at some of the
Perfect for fans of the series, like me, this book contains about 35 haikus written by Martin the dog on the show. The haikus vary from funny to frightening to romantic. Not only will you see your dog’s feelings in them (the horrible ending after a car ride to the
This book is a sequel to Endangered (Joe Pickett #15) so it would be much better if that book was read first. I read it when it came out in 2015 so the amount of back story explanation was perfect but would probably not be enough for someone reading this
Not For Armchair Detectives Like Me This book is a light mystery. I read the previous book in the series so I picked this one up to read next. This book was poorly plotted. The mystery was solved almost on the last page without any clues to the murderer’s identity
Beautiful and Informative Book This book is the perfect gift for the baseball fan in your life. The book is beautiful and big enough to also work as a coffee table book. In addition to the large quantity of pictures, the text explains the history of each park too. I
This is a short book well worth a read for its many good ideas. The author provides ideas for how to make your life and the lives of those with whom you interact better. While the ideas seem simple at first, they get more complex as the book continues. I
Good tearjerker story Good tearjerker to read on 9/11. However, some of the text seemed stretched out to make a book-length story from an excellent NY Times article, which I read after the book. Still a tragic story about how terrorism impacts more than just the immediate victims but also
Humorous Mystery with Believable Characters–Just a Great Book! I absolutely adored this book. The characters seem like old friends but their attitudes change over the course of the three books in this series–just like real people do. My favorite part of this book is that Alan is back! Is Alan
Wonderfully Different Read! I really enjoyed the characters within this book. I won the third book in the series in a Goodreads giveaway but wanted to read the first two books first. I actually listened to the first hundred pages on audiobook, while wading through jam-packed traffic during California’s blue
Good Short Prequel to Series After reading the first book in this series, The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man, and absolutely loving it, I wanted to read the next book in the series. This is actually a short story that took me less than an hour to read on
The series really picks up with this volume as it has much more plot development than the last book. Shira’s backstory is explored. Ganya remembers more of his past. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series.
An Interesting Story with Pretty Artwork The plot of this manga is completely different from most manga. An innocent 14-year-old boy is wrongly found guilty of the mass murder of his friends and thrown into prison. The prison is also a amusement park, where the prisoner’s compete for cp to
Furthers the Story but little else Volume one was great but this one was just okay. I still want to continue with the next volume to see what happens with the plot.
Literary Horror (but not simultaneously) This book was promoted as literary horror. I loved the literary first half of this book but was disappointed with the horror aspect of the remaining portion. It’s hard to say why without being a spoiler so I won’t. However, if I had known what
Great Pictures, Nice Poster and an Informative Read. I read this book to my kindergarten age niece. She enjoyed the pictures and the story but I think this book is meant more for older elementary age children. However, I really enjoyed it myself. Despite taking both Western Civilizations and Art