Genre: Adult

Average Rating: 4.36


Quirky and Fun – The Stench of Honolulu: A Tropical Adventure by Jack Handey

My Thoughts: One of the best memories that I have of watching Saturday Night Live in the 1990s are the Deep Thoughts with Jack Handey segments. Take those quirky spots full of dry, witty observations and add in an adventure through these alternate universe jungles of Honolulu featuring a rather clueless and brash guy, and […]

Posted 19 November, 2013 by Heather in Blog, Heather, Heather Book Review / 2 Comments
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Review: Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar

A Powerful Work Of Art It’s not often that I read something and am struck by the sheer weight of how profound it is, but that is exactly what happened when I listened to this play.  Intimate and yet at the same time universal, Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar completely undid me, leaving me deeply moved. Set in […]

Posted 14 November, 2013 by Pushy in Featured, Pushy, Pushy Book Review / 6 Comments
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The Stranger You Know by Andrea Kane – Blog Tour and Giveaway

My Thoughts: The Stranger You Know is Andrea Kane’s third installment in the Forensic Instincts series. I haven’t read the first two books, but I had no problem picking this book up and getting up to speed with the freelance forensic investigation team lead by behaviorist Casey. Hired by a father who doesn’t have long […]

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Killer Image by Wendy Tyson – Blog Tour and Giveaway

My Thoughts: Allison Campbell is the owner of First Impressions, an image consulting firm in Philadelphia. Her clients are mostly newly divorced women and business people with self-esteem issues or other things that are holding them back, and Allison prides herself on helping them both on the outside and the inside. But there’s one type […]

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Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls by David Sedaris

Pushy:  As soon as I learned that David Sedaris had written another book, I couldn’t wait to read it!  There’s something so sly and wry and undeniably entertaining about his prose, particularly the way he can bare his soul so fully to the reader and still maintain a self-effacing humor throughout!  And when I learned […]

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Review: Without A Summer by Mary Robinette Kowal

Pushy:  Ahh…Jane and David.  It was with immense pleasure that I delved back into the world that Mary Robinette Kowal built for them.  Magical is such an inadequate word for the rich, lush, amazing alternate history Regency era world of the Glamourist Histories, and Without A Summer is as exceedingly enchanting as its predecessors. Heather: Stepping back […]

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