REVIEW: DESCENDANT OF THE CRANE BY JOAN HE

I had a really hard time getting into this one, and I’m not really sure why. I think there were a few things going on: first, that the characters didn’t have enough depth and I was struggling to connect with them, and second, the plot had too many loose threads that lasted too long and not enough happened in regards to each.

REVIEW: EVERY HEART A DOORWAY BY SEANAN MCGUIRE

When children in storybooks find a secret door/hole in a tree/etc and find themselves in a magical world for a time, we never get to see what happens after. After they return, when they are reunited with their parents and have to face the real world again. In Every Heart a Doorway, we get to see how they cope with this change.

REVIEW: JANE DOE BY VICTORIA HELEN STONE

Jane is a self-diagnosed sociopath, and while she does care about some things, she’s always had to work hard to fit in and seem like a “normal” person. The only person who she felt a real connection with was wronged, very badly, by an evil man, and Jane has decided to take revenge.

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