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Justice Calling (The Twenty-Sided Sorceress, #1)Justice Calling by Annie Bellet

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Disclosure and confession: I was given this book for honest review. Sorry it took me SO long to actually read it!

This was a fun story. I love the main character. I love her nerdy game store. I can relate better to her next-door neighbor’s store of antiques, to tell you the truth. I just was born too late to get into gaming. Still my adult children and so many of my younger friends have been those gamers. So I love them dearly!

Annie Bellet wrote such a strong book that I felt like I was there in the scene. I felt I identified with the main character in how she deals with the problems that surround her. I love that inner voice of her thoughts. I laughed out loud at the occasional mental conversations.

Having read all of SM Reine’s shifter/demon/witch stories, I may be over-done on the subject matter. Though I can find no fault in Justice Calling, except that it is too short. Ya know, I think I just talked myself into raising the rating to five stars instead of four. I do like that Jade Crow is different than other shifters. I’m looking forward to reading and getting addicted to Ms. Bellet’s work.

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A Barrel of Laughs, a Vale of TearsA Barrel of Laughs, a Vale of Tears by Jules Feiffer

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Well, that’s done.

This is a children’s chapter book with a lot of fun illustrations.

BUT… This fairytale should have been given to kids a couple centuries ago. I can’t imagine reading it to my boys back in the 1970’s without surrounding it with a lot of plays of the video or album of Free to be You and Me. It is male heavy with the females in lowly roles of being rescued and put in their places as wives and mothers. So, I wouldn’t have read it to my daughter in the 1980’s. As adults, I might share this with them to giggle at. But that is all.

Though the font was large enough for my eyes, the pages were long and the spaces between lines not as wide as I’d like.

The humor is what saved the book. Even though it was annoying at the first of the book it does settle into something one can handle later.

This is a bookCrossing book BCID 415-5548271. Thank you to my BC friends for letting me keep it so long and letting me read it. Now I will pass it on to others.

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