Very cute. So far my favourite Quirk book. It makes great bathroom reading and also cleanses the palate after some heavier reading.
Well, I didn’t care for the “pray” part and the whole thing was wildly self-indulgent. But it had its moments. I liked the travel diary aspect of it, but no the “spiritual memoir” element. I didn’t care if she found… Read More
Too much Jane Austen, not enough zombies! It really is, as others have warned me, just Pride and Prejudice, but with zombies added in. And since I can’t stand Jane Austen, I really couldn’t get through this. I bet the movie… Read More
The mystery itself wasn’t bad–four murders!–but it was all wrapped up by page 200 or so. Then the story kept going for four more useless chapters. I hate her anti-climaxes–they go on forever! Oh well.
Sooo boring! I rarely start a book and then don’t finish it, but I struggled through this poorly-written tripe as long as I could before finally having to abandon it mid-way due to utter boredom. Ugh!
I love-love-loved this book! His voice is at once humourous and tragic. I feel I understood India better having read this. I want to read whatever else the author writes!
Och! How I love a good Hamish Macbeth mystery. They may not be filled with profound or flowery imagery or obscure literary references, but they always tie up the loose ends. They at least make sense. Hoorah!
The followup to My Point…and I do Have One, this book contains a lot of material from her HBO special The Beginning and, I hate to say, it’s not as funny. I’m glad I read it and it is funny but I can’t imagine re-reading it… Read More
This book really, really helped. I stopped smoking! Woot!
Based on the rather sloppy writing, I thought it would be a lot worse, but it was cute and, as they say, “cozy.” True to the show in that respect, I suppose, though not terribly clever or challenging. Nice though.