Mini-Reviews of Books I Requested Through I Smell Sheep June-July 2021

The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix A most compelling tale about women who survive horrifying events and what happens to them once they stop being the latest story. Whatever you’d expect from a slasher flick, such as characters who don’t die even after grievous hurt, prolonged confrontations, a lot of gore and bodies, you’ll…

A Wrap-Up of Netgalley Reads in August 2020

Seven by Farzana Doctor A very very sad and heartbreaking account of a Bohra family that practices Female Genital Mutilation even in this age and day. Our protagonist is a married woman who has a daughter herself. She visits her family back in India after a long time. During that visit, she recovers a suppressed memory…

August 2020 — A Wrap-Up

Allegiance of Honor by Nalini Singh If you want to quickly catch-up on what happened in the book before this one, here’s my review. If you’re already up to speed, keep reading. So, this book was the most filler book of em all. All we get to see is how life is for the various couples…

April 2019 — A Wrap-Up

The series remains one of my darlings even though its author does have the habit of solving a huge problem that extends across the whole plot at the end quite easily. But this being the fifth book that I am reading means that I’m now used to it. Just as the reasons that irritate me…

Weirding It Out without Weird Enough: Dune Re-Read Update #2

Brief Recap Paul is tested by the Reverend Mother, the leader of the Bene Gesserits. We meet the Atreides and their enemies, Harkonnens. 10, 000s of years ago, Harkonnens were stripped of their titles for showing cowardice in a war. That is just one of the reasons they hate the Atreides who took over and…