Posts Categorized: Bad Love Triangle

Oct 21
Review: The Dollhouse Asylum by Mary Gray

Review: The Dollhouse Asylum by Mary Gray

My Take: The Dollhouse Asylum features one of the worst love triangles imaginable: a girl who is spineless, insipid, and subservient; a guy who is a murderous, raving lunatic; and another guy who is only notable because he is the lunatic’s brother.  If those were my only choices, I might hope for the disease called the Living Rot, to take me instead.The events of The Dollhouse Asylum are so out there that I kept waiting for Cheyenne, the protagonist, to… Read more »


Sep 27
Fun With Limericks: Inhuman by Kat Falls

Fun With Limericks: Inhuman by Kat Falls

This is my third round of “Fun With Limericks,” a (hopefully) fun way of dealing with books I didn’t finish, or I finished, but for whatever reason, I felt I could not write a proper review.  In the first go-round, I had a little fun with The S-Word by Chelsea Pitcher and A Corner of White by Jaclyn Moriarty.  Next up was Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead. Today, I bring you a limerick for Inhuman by Kat Falls.  I actually did finish… Read more »


May 01
Review: The Summer I Became a Nerd by Leah Rae Miller

Review: The Summer I Became a Nerd by Leah Rae Miller

Anyone who was ever bullied in high school may feel some sympathy for Maddie, who dared to expose a bit of herself and was laughed at for it.  However, she’s not your traditional bully victim, and she certainly doesn’t inspire the level of sympathy that, let’s call them “real,” victims do.  Maddie is a pretty, popular cheerleader, and her sin is that she…likes comic books.  No, it’s not quite the same as kids who are overweight, gay, or maybe just… Read more »


Apr 15
Review : Taken by Erin Bowman

Review : Taken by Erin Bowman

I was SO excited for Taken.  The awesome cover.  The incredible-sounding synopsis that had my mind reeling at the possibilities.  Maybe my expectations were too high, but the book, while it had its entertaining moments, didn’t quite meet them.  I know I shouldn’t compare every book to The Hunger Games, especially since Suzanne Collins didn’t invent the YA dystopia genre, but it was hard not to think of the Reaping when I hear the term “the Heist.”  Both have more… Read more »