Library Program Instructor. I read mostly YA, Science Fiction, mysteries and thrillers. When I'm not at the library you can find me relaxing with my family, our rats and the cat.
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"Rotters is horrific yet not horrifying. By that I mean this is not a horrific story a la Stephen King, but there are plenty of gruesome details and the subject matter is not for the squeamish. The fact that Kraus can write a novel about a father a..."
"First: this is not the last in the series! So while we get a lot of answers, we don't get the final showdown. Bray again builds the world of the 1920s impeccably, from the sense that anything is possible to the racism and rise of the eugenics move..."
"The writing here was generally good, and Meyer's did a really good job of background and world building but super heroes are just not my cup of tea. I went into this knowing I liked the author and while that helped, I still didn't enjoy the very c..."