"Finished: Each Green Rider novel reveals a new kind of magic so far, and this one highlights Karigan's unique bond with the dead (something that has been present from the first book but has really taken a shine and caught the attention of the gods themselves this time). I enjoyed this one, especially all the characters you got to get to know in this book. Very fun."
"Finished: I enjoyed the book and the characters seemed dead-on how Adams had written them originally. The only problem I had was the sheer amount of Guide entries. Colfer seemed to go a little bit over board with them."
"Finished: I found that I am getting less frustrated with this series again. Even though she's still collecting men, Anita seems more confident and resigned to her new powers and place in life. I'm curious to see what happens with Haven now that there's a new lion in town."
"Finished: I read "Bring Out Your Dead" by Katie MacAlister, and didn't realize until later that it is actually a part of her Dark Ones series that I haven't read yet. I wish they'd tell you this at the beginning. Well, even though I had no idea of the characters past or connections to one another I and curious to read the series now."
"Finished: Even though I liked Aisling better, it was fun to see everyone in this book, and the story was a great read. Now I can't wait for the Light Dragon's book, and I'm still waiting for a novel on the Blue Dragons, with Bastian. <3"
"Finished: It took a little bit to pick up, but overall it was a very interesting book. I liked that it was different and I enjoyed the interactions between the main characters, and the crew of the airship was hilarious!"
"Finished: This was the first book I read on my e-reader. I enjoyed this thoroughly and read it in about two days. I enjoyed the recipes and the history. Since I love Japanese food, I think this would be a pretty fun way to eat!"
"Finished: Got this as a free ebook and decided to read it just because it was first on my ebook list alphabetically. Turns out though that I was just enchanted by this story. Anne is the most darling orphan I have ever read about and this book has just jumped up to share a spot on my favorites along with Tuck Everlasting and The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon."
"Finished: This book started out slowly for me and I also started reading this as I got my ebook reader and it was very hard for me to adjust to reading in two different formats since ebooks seem much more convenient for me. However, it picked up the pace and it ended up being very enjoyable just like the rest of the series."