and the first howling pan of King of Paine on the tour. If you have any doubts about the independence of the reviewers hosting my events, this post will ease your mind! No book is for everyone, and King of Paine deals with some controversial themes. It’s my policy not to hide negative reviews because the last thing I want to do is sell someone a book they’re not going to enjoy. Take a look at Amanda’s review, and if her criticism hits 三多棋牌, maybe my book isn’t for you, either. On the other hand, please don’t overlook all the other great reviews King of Paine has been collecting!
Opinions of a Wolf is a business-like blog, subtitled “A 20-something’s book and movie reviews, interspersed with random thoughts on librarianship/libraries and culture.” As for the genres you’ll find on her blog, Amanda enjoys a wide variety. In her own words, “I like horror, dystopias, post-apocalyptic settings, paranormal, romance, classics, scifi, some fantasy (I tend to stay away from the knights and ladies in waiting types), memoirs, nonfiction (generally of the layman’s science or environmental variety), graphic novels, and probably others I’m forgetting to mention.” She’s also the author of , a paranormal romance novella. Check it out!