School Assignment – Prince of Cats by Ron Wimberly

I read this graphic novel for class (I'm getting my Masters in Information Science so I can become a librarian). This was an 80s style NY adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. Pros - fantastic illustrations, violence, great concept. Cons - confusing, hard to keep track of plot and characters, big variations from R&J. But if… Continue reading School Assignment – Prince of Cats by Ron Wimberly

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The Obsession by Nora Roberts

This puts me on interesting ground vis a vis Ms Roberts. I thought the beginning of this book was engrossing, but by halfway I was bored out of my gourd. Naomi interrupts her serial-killer father doing his thing and goes to the police. Saves a human life. She's 11 years old at the time. There's… Continue reading The Obsession by Nora Roberts

Promise Not To Tell by Jennifer McMahon

This book checked the boxes for a thriller du jour - dead girl, story told in flash backs, dreary weather, etc without feeling cliche or ridiculous. Kate returns to the commune (really!) where she grew up to make elder-care decisions about her struggling mother. While she's home a murder happens - one similar to the… Continue reading Promise Not To Tell by Jennifer McMahon