Category Archive: Fiction Friday

Jul 20

Fiction Friday: Holy Bible

This book sucked so much I don’t even feel the need to link to it on Amazon. The protagonist is blatantly racist, sexist, and narcissistic with no real moments of redemption from his dreadfully immoral characteristics. The writing is seriously lacking as well. The reader doesn’t have to even get past the first mini book …

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Jul 06

Fiction Friday: Uncle Shelby’s ABZ Book

This Fiction Friday is a stray from the normal review of YA and Adult fiction. Primarily because I didn’t have a lot of books in my store that didn’t involve making the reader cry. This is good stuff week after all. I decided to go with one of my favorite children’s author Shel Silverstein and …

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Jun 29

Non-Fiction? Friday: Mind Games

Inspired by the extreme level of cognitive dissonance displayed by our new house troll here at IdioPrag, I have decided to offer a book this week just for fun. I would hardly call it non-fiction since the content takes place in a world haunted by spirits and demons, where magic is real and psychic powers …

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Jun 22

Fiction Friday: What Happened to Cass McBride

Well I was hoping to read more over vacation but I ended up swimming and catching up with my friends so I can’t do this Fiction Friday on the book I wanted (worst thing in the world, I know).  I didn’t finish it yet, so I will do this one over another YA book in …

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May 11

Fiction Friday: Where the Wild Things Are

Often our legacy chooses us. The parts that others choose to remember most rarely reflect the moments we want to remain etched in public opinion. So is the case of one of the greatest children’s book author’s of all time. Maurice Sendak probably never expected Where the Wild Things Are to be his legacy or …

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May 04

Fiction Friday: The Necromancer Chronicles

The following is a guest post Fiction Friday review by Dali DeLancey, aka Dalillama. Dali is a regular commenter over at SNR. She offered to review a trilogy written by an author who has a grasp on inclusiveness when writing characters into the story. I am thankful for her contribution and look forward to reading …

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Apr 27

Fiction Friday: Speak

There is this thing that happens to many adolescent girls. It often happens in middle school but sometimes waits till high school. Somehow a rumor gets started and you suddenly become a pariah. No one will be seen talking to you. Doesn’t matter if the rumor is grounded in reality. It only matters if people …

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Apr 06

Fiction Friday: Hero

This is a book I probably would have never heard of except that it caused outrage in a class I eventually took myself in college. Hero* by Perry Moore is another book in the YA genre.  Hero centers around the story of a young man, Thom, who realizes he has superpowers. Thom’s  superpowers ought to …

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Mar 30

Fiction Friday: Galápagos

I am not going to gush heavily over Galápagos by Kurt Vonnegut. It was a pretty good book and a generally good story but it wasn’t fantastic. I am not sure if it was because I expected too much. I mean, Vonnegut has been heavily recommended to me in the past and this was my …

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Mar 17

Fiction Friday: The Book Thief

I have to resist the urge to just say “OMFG go read this book!!!!” ten times. This book was so good it reduces me to adolescent squeals of excitement when I usually talk about it. Seriously, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak is in my top two favorite books of all time and OMFG go …

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