Cannonball Read IV

A bunch of Pajibans reading and reviewing and honoring AlabamaPink.

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Jen K’s #CBR IV Review #42: The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove

If you like Christopher Moore, you probably know what to expect from this. I would say I liked it least of the ones I’ve read but others may disagree.

Jen K’s #CBR IV Review #41: Sharp Objects

Gillian Flynn’s first novel, and my favorite of hers. May just be because I like this protagonist the most.

Jen K’s #CBR IV Review #40: Days of Blood and Starlight

This sequel to Daughter of Smoke and Bone continues the story and may even be better than the first one. Very impressive series so far.

Jen K’s #CBR IV Review #39: The Buffalo Soldier

Solid novel by Chris Bohjalian. While some of the characters are close to being certain stock figures, he still manages to develop them enough for the reader to care about what happens.

Jen K’s #CBRIV Review #38: Daughter of Smoke and Bone

Awesome book! Go read it now. Or read the review first.

Jen K’s #CBR IV Review #35: Someone Knows My Name

An incredible book that I waited way too long to review. I especially enjoyed it since I had read Bury the Chains around the same time, so it was nice to see all the things I had just learned about in a non fiction book referenced in a novel.

Jen K’s #CBR IV Review #34: The Kitchen House

Another novel that started off strong, even if it wasn’t anything new, and just went downhill after the second half.

llp’s #CBR Review 23: Batman: The Long Halloween by Tim Sale and Jeff Loeb


This was just so, so good.

llp’s #CBR IV Review 22: The Temeraire series by Naomi Novik

So, I read the first four novels of this series in a rush this summer: His Majesty’s Dragon, Throne of Jade, Black Powder War, and Empire of Ivory. I started to read the fifth, but I needed a break, and thenI waited so long to write the reviews that I have had to just blend it all into one. But who would have guessed a book about the Napoleonic wars, but with dragons, would be so fun?

llp’s #CBR IV Review 21: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

So, I love Neil Gaiman and all the things he creates. Neverwhere is not an exception.

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