110 Followers
116 Following
aerin

Aerin

"Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home."
- Anna Quindlen

Today
June
20
Jeff VanderMeer
April 2018
25
liked:
"As soon as you are born the sand starts falling and only by demanding to be remembered do you stand a chance of it being upt...
April 2018
13
liked:
April 2018
12
started following:
started following:
liked:
This was my second Inspector French mystery, which I preferred to the first, The Hog’s Back Mystery. My primary complaint abo...
liked:
I can see why so many people were talking about this book! Thanks to Tor for the free copy and for Debbie's and Grim's update...
April 2018
11
liked:
Rarely does a book leave me without words, yet here I am. IT'S A BAD, BAD, BAD, BAD WORLD is full of horrible people and terr...
read and rated
reviewed: Review: Six Wakes, by Mur Lafferty
This book goes down very smooth and easy - like a fine liquor, I would say, if I were a fancy person. But it's really more li...
Six Wakes - Mur Lafferty
read and rated
reviewed: Review: We Have Always Lived in the Castle, by Shirley Jackson
For a short novel, this was a bit of a slog. The narrator and everyone surrounding her were just so deeply unpleasant to spen...
We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Shirley Jackson
liked:
Book 3 of the Arcadia Project trilogy. I wasn't actually sure how many books would be in this series, but this reaches the ki...
liked:
John Bude, Martin Edwards writes in The History of Classic Crime in 100 Books, deliberately set his first three books in pict...
liked:
As my husband drove me to work the Monday after his father died, I said, “I wish we had a Speaker for the Dead for your dad.”...
liked:
I was in the mood for a gentle, general fiction story and got one with this book, but for a gentle story it packed a wallop. ...