REVIEW: Blaze (or Love in the Time of Supervillains) by Laurie Boyle Crompton

I wanted to read Blaze mostly because of the comic book angle; also, I really loved the cover. Loving certain aspects of a book, as I should have remembered, does not mean I’ll love the WHOLE book, however, and that’s what happened here. I like bits and pieces of Blaze, but when you stick them all together what comes out is this: Okay, so, it had a really good start. Blaze (the character) is a Read More …

REVIEW: The Liar Society by Lisa Roecker & Laura Roecker

This was a light and fluffy read– fluffier than I was expecting, tbh, but perhaps that was because I read it so close to two serious books. Anyway! Kate is an unfortunately stupid teen detective; definitely not a Veronica Mars or Nancy Drew. More like a Shaggy, if anything– only she’s more fashionable, soooo: Daphne? Yeah, definitely Daphne. This made for a slightly frustrating reading experience, because I could SEE that Kate was being dumb, Read More …