So most of you know (and if you don’t it’s easy to figure out *blushes*) that I tend to write lengthy, sprawling reviews that often go on perhaps a bit too long, but I’m thinking of giving something new a try. Whether this becomes a monthly thing, a one-time thing, etc. I don’t know yet but what the heck. Here’s my first post of one-line reviews for the books I’ve read/finished this month. It’s a bit snarky (I am half Slytherin after all) but it does get to the point so if you haven’t been a fan of my usual review style then this is the complete opposite.
Note: Click on the cover of a book to visit either its Goodreads page or my full review if I wrote one.
It was fine.
Started out interesting and ended up a thing of nightmares.
Somehow both addicting and annoying.
I hate the word ‘blouse’ but the story is entertaining despite it.
Why did this feel pretentious?
Crazy long but mostly worth it.
Intriguing and pretty spot on.
I wanted to love this so bad but I hate the main character.
Not quite what I expected but I’m not mad at it.
2 thoughts on “One-line Reviews: December 2020”
This is a fun post idea! Loved Quiet and that perfectly sums up how I felt about it.
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Thanks! Glad to hear you enjoyed Quiet too!