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One Book Away From an Episode of Hoarders

I enjoy horror, thrillers, urban fantasy, steampunk, science fiction, mystery, speculative and dystopian fiction, humor, and paranormal romance (I like more plot than smut in my fiction, although I'm definitely not a prude) among others. about me In October, every October, I marathon 100+ horror movies so I'm not as active that month or November either (NaNoWriMo). My rating system is as follows: 1 star - I'd like my time back, thank you. 2 stars - I didn't care for it but I don't feel cheated. I'm not likely to subject myself to any of this author's other works. 3 stars - I enjoyed my time in the story and will more than likely read another book by the author some day. 4 stars - I really enjoyed this story and will definitely be interested in anything else the author writes. 5 stars - The real world didn't exist while I was reading this. I will likely maim anyone who interrupts me while I'm devouring everything in this author's bibliography

Currently reading

Hex Hall
Rachel Hawkins
How Beauty Saved the Beast (Tales of the Underlight, #2)
Jax Garren
The Atrocity Archives - Charles Stross, Ken MacLeod I was just going to buy this in paperback but then I listened to the sample on the audible website. Less than half a second later, I put the audio version in my cart because it's narrated by Gideon Emery.

Proper review later, once I've listened to it. I'm just a bit verklempt at the moment.

It should've been awesome. Like H.P. Lovecraft mixed with The Office. It was kinda amusing at times but only mildly interesting, and at parts it was downright dull. I honestly think I would've abandoned it before I was even halfway through if it wasn't for the fact that I was listening to it on audio.

Not that it was bad, but I was definitely underwhelmed.