Bullet-Point Book Reviews #CozyMystery #EpicFantasy #SciFy

These reviews are gallery style again, so just click or tap on the first picture in a line and scroll through the photos that (once you click on it) should be big enough to read the text. 😊

Nonna Maria and the Case of the Stolen Necklace by Lorenzo Carcaterra

Cozy Mystery series

In an Orchard Grown from Ashe by Rory Power

Epic Fantasy

The Ferryman by Justin Cronin

Science Fiction / Dystopian

22 Replies to “Bullet-Point Book Reviews #CozyMystery #EpicFantasy #SciFy”

    1. I can’t even imagine what one post with three reviews would look like. Definitely more daunting than bullet-points shown in a picture.

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    1. I have so many reviews lately, it seemed like the best way to do it for me and for you all. Less stress than a post full of words but I still get my main thoughts out there.

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      1. I tend to do mini-reviews when I need to catch up. I totally get it! I have only reviewed arcs lately and have let all my other reading slide. I just don’t have the energy and I’m already 2 reviews behind! lol

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  1. Very interesting and different reads, Tessa. I was interested in An Orchard…. and maybe except for the pace, it sounds awesome. And the mind-bending in The Ferryman sounded jarring, but perhaps in a good way? Ha ha. Thanks for the reviews and recommendations. 🙂

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    1. My husband did not seem to think it was jarring in a particularly good way. He said he would have liked it to continue and develop. It’s quite a different kind of read.

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  2. The Ferryman turned out to be one of those “not for me” books. I have so many I don’t hesitate to DNF anymore. Nonna Maria and the Case of the Stolen Necklace sounds delightful.

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  3. I definitely want to read the Nonna Maria series, I think I would like her and the cozy mystery they deal with. I like these bullet reviews, Tessa. Very succinct and to the point, but give me just what I need to determine if I want to give them a try.

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