Category: Rick Riordan

Review: The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan Final Verdict: 3.25 out of 4.0 YTD: 56 Plot/Story: 3 – Plot/Story is interesting & believable. In The Lost Hero, Rick Riordan brings us back to the world of his best-selling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.  The… Continue Reading “Review: The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan”

Review: Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan

Topic: Book Review Date: 06/03/2010 Summary: With The Red Pyramid (The Kane Chronicles, Book 1), Rick Riordan takes his readers along on another fantastic journey through ancient myth; though, unlike his Greek mythology series, Percy Jackson & the Olympians, this series (The Kane Chronicles)… Continue Reading “Review: Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan”

Review: Previously Read, Briefly Reviewed

Nine Stories by J.D. Salinger This collection of short stories has been sitting on my shelf for about a year. I love J.D. Salinger, but I suppose I was a bit leery of reading his short stories, as I’ve only read his novel The… Continue Reading “Review: Previously Read, Briefly Reviewed”

Reviews: The Earlies, Part 5

Gentelmen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos Very funny but also very serious. A lot of social commentary. The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton This Pulitzer Prize winning book by Edith Wharton is, well, prize-winning. Wharton asserts herself as America’s Jane Austen – witty,… Continue Reading “Reviews: The Earlies, Part 5”

Review: The Earlies Part 2

Freud for Beginners by Richard Appignanesi Doesn’t go into much depth about Freud’s theories, but it is a fun and fast introduction to all the major ideas. Definitely recommended for newcomers, such as myself. I’m a graduate student lterature and was looking for an… Continue Reading “Review: The Earlies Part 2”

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