More MiniBook Expo Reviews

Check out the books reviewed so far

   

Cereus Blooms At Night by Shani Mootoo  — the story unfolds from the ending with lots of overlapping back story, revealing just enough at every juicy turning point to keep us page turning. Melanie’s full review on caffinara

   

Exiles in America by [Harper Collins] — The love square (passion quadrilateral?) serves as an effective plot device to explore the nature of love. The gooey man-sex just throws me off. — Read Daejin’s full review on suburbanperil.com

   

The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters by Gordon Dahlquist [Book Site on Bantam Dell] — …three protagonists find themselves unlikely allies set against a secretive cabal with machinations both at home and abroad that reaches into the highest echelons of court society… It’s what the kids would call a page turner – if only to find out just what the hell this cabal was planning. Read Daejin’s full review on suburbanperil.com

   

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