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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Review: The Private World of Georgette Heyer by Jane Aiken Hodge

Publisher: Sourcebooks 
ISBN: 1402251920
Pages:256 pages
Genre: Biography  
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Summary from publisher:

An internationally bestselling phenomenon and queen of the Regency romance, Georgette Heyer is one of the most beloved historical novelists of our time. She wrote more than fifty novels, yet her private life was inaccessible to any but her nearest friends and relatives.

Lavishly illustrated and with access to private papers, correspondence and family archives, this classic biography opens a window into Georgette Heyer's world and that of her most memorable characters, revealing a formidable, energetic woman with an impeccable sense of style and, beyond everything, a love for all things Regency.

My Review: 

I am a huge fan of Georgette Heyer. The more I read of her, the more I love her. I did not know much about her life before reading this book. At all. I usually do my research about my favorite authors but I’ve been quite lazy recently.

I learned so much about Georgette Heyer from this book. I know it sounds simple to say about a biography but I really knew nothing about this woman. I was pleased to find that I genuinely liked her. She seemed like the type of person who would tell you exactly what she thought of you. I tend to admire people like that. She was also quite a bit quirky which I loved. I also loved how fiercely protective she was of her work and of her family. I do have to admit that I am curious about the books she suppressed—as she did have a tendency to do.

I love reading biographies of y favorite authors. They are the best way to get a clear picture of the author and of their creative process. Aiken Hodge created such a well-rounded picture of Georgette Heyer that I really feel as if I know her on some level. The book was clearly very closely researched with help from people who actually know Heyer. I am so happy that I read this before I started reading Heyer’s novels because it enriched the reading experience so much.


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*A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher for review.   My opinion is my own and has not been influenced in any way and any monies   made from associate or affiliate accounts are recycled back into the  blog.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Review: Displaced Persons by Ghita Schwarz

Publisher: Harper Perennial
ISBN: 0061881775
Pages:368 pages
Genre: Historical Fiction/WWII  
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Summary from publisher:

In May 1945, Pavel Mandl, a Polish Jew recently liberated from a concentration camp, finds himself among similarly displaced persons gathered in the Allied occupation zones of a defeated Germany. Possessing little besides a map, a few tins of food, and a talent for black-market trading, he must scrape together a new life in a chaotic community of refugees, civilians, and soldiers. With fellow refugees Fela, a young widow, and Chaim, a resourceful teenager with impressive smuggling skills, Pavel establishes a makeshift family, as together they face an uncertain future. Eventually the trio immigrates to the United States, where they grapple with past traumas that arise again in the everyday moments of lives no longer dominated by the need to endure, fight, hide, or escape.

Ghita Schwarz’s Displaced Persons is an astonishing novel of grief, anger, and survival that examines the landscape of liberation and reveals the interior despairs and joys of immigrants shaped by war and trauma.

My Review:     

As I am sure you have heard by now, there was a hurricane this weekend. It sucked. I didn’t sleep. I lost power. All that stuff. I also lost plenty of time in reviewing because I had to board up all of my windows and garbage bag my bookshelves. Hence, I am a bit delayed in my review of this book.

Displaced Persons tells the story of Chaim, Fela and Pavel, three survivors of the Holocaust as they await their fate after the war. All three were well drawn and interesting in their own right but together they created this interesting family dynamic.  I loved watching them figure out ways to survive together. I thought they were all great characters and their stories were very compelling.

I know it’s very strange to say this but World War II is one of my hit or miss historic events. I either am really interested and invested or totally bored. It sometimes stops being about the people and more about the events and with World War II, the stories about the people are so much more interesting. This one was definitely about the people and that is why I loved it so much. I did find that the plot started to lag towards the end. Not much but I definitely felt my interest waning a bit but the amazingness that is the rest of the book more than made up for it.

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*A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher for review.   My opinion is my own and has not been influenced in any way and any monies   made from associate or affiliate accounts are recycled back into the  blog.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Review: The Vampire Next Door by Ashlyn Chase

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 1402236638
Pages:384 pages
Genre: Romance/Paranormal/Vampires  
Challenges-100+ Reading Challenge, Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge
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Summary from publisher:

In this third installment of Chase's lively, sexy, paranormal trilogy, we meet witch Morgaine, who is deathly afraid of the dark, and her vigilante vampire neighbor Sly, who has his reasons for hating sunlight. Sly needs Morgaine's magic to help heal a broken fang, but with further help, and sometimes hindrance, from the wacky apartment dwellers around them, they may become each other's last hope for a normal life...

My Review:      

I had no idea what I was getting into with this books. At all. All I knew was that the cover was amazing. It has the same quirky, whimsical charm as the Sookie Stackhouse covers.  I was hoping that the first impressions would mean good things. I was most definitely correct.

Morgaine was such an amazing character. She was borderline adorable. She was quirky and funny. I also can totally understand her fear of the dark—I still sleep with a light on and I think I always will. Sly was definitely not the typical vampire. He was not slick, suave or broody. He was a bit doopy and quite adorable. He was definitely not an Edward or an Eric Northman but he was amazing in his own way. He was pleasantly normal despite his state of undead.

I loved just about everything about this book. I loved the secondary characters and I had no idea that they were characters from the previous novels.  I loved so many of them that I must acquire them and read them when the TBR trims a little. Gwenyth was especially hilarious. She was the typical stereotype of the dull, Southern debutante (not that all Southern women are like that but you have to meet Gwenyth). This was also one of the more interesting takes on the paranormal that I have ever seen. It was funny in a very harmless and satirical kind of way.

If you ever need a good laugh or want to read a non-broody/suave vampire, pick this one up. It’s an experience in and of itself.

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*A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher for review.   My opinion is my own and has not been influenced in any way and any monies   made from associate or affiliate accounts are recycled back into the  blog.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Review: Wherever You Go by Joan Leegant

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393339890
Pages:253 pages
Genre: Fiction  
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Summary from publisher:

Yona Stern has traveled from New York to Israel to make amends with her estranged sister, a stoic ideologue and mother of five who has dedicated herself to the radical West Bank settlement cause. Yona’s personal life resembles nothing of her sister’s, but it isn’t politics that drove the two apart.

Now a respected Jerusalem Talmud teacher, Mark Greenglass was once a drug dealer saved by an eleventh-hour turn to Orthodox Judaism. But for reasons he can’t understand, he’s lost his once fervent religious passion. Is he through with God? Is God through with him?

Enter Aaron Blinder, a year-abroad dropout with a history of failure whose famous father endlessly—some say obsessively—mines the Holocaust for his best-selling, melodramatic novels. Desperate for approval, Aaron finds a home on the violent fringe of Israeli society, with unforeseen and devastating consequences.

In a sweeping, beautifully written story, Joan Leegant, winner of the PEN New England Book Award and the Edward Lewis Wallant Award, and a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award, weaves together three lives caught in the grip of a volatile and demanding faith. Emotionally wrenching and unmistakably timely, Wherever You Go shines a light on one of the most disturbing elements in Israeli society: Jewish extremist groups and their threat to the modern, democratic state. This is a stunningly prescient novel.

My Review:     

Turns out the reading slump is still happening despite the bright spot from earlier this week. I am behind in my reviews and in my reading and I have a cold which just makes me miserable.

This book follows three people who travel to Israel for various reasons and end up finding themselves. I was completely engrossed in all of their stories. Usually I pick one or two characters that I focus on. With this one I was completely satisfied with all of them. Mark, Aaron and Yona were such interesting characters and their stories were compelling. All of their stories eventually intertwine in really interesting ways.


I did like this book quite a bit. I didn’t want to put it down once I started reading. To be honest, I don’t know why I loved this book so much. I don’t really identify with any of the characters and I can’t understand how the characters feel that they can find their happiness and salvation in a place. Places just don’t hold that much pull for me. But I can definitely identify with the need to find your happy place—especially in those places that remind you of your heritage and history. My family feels much the same about Bari, Italy.  I also thought that the writing was amazing. I don’t think I would have been as interested in this book in the hands of a lesser writer. It’s not normally my style but I am glad I gave it a try because it was really great.

 
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*A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher for review.   My opinion is my own and has not been influenced in any way and any monies   made from associate or affiliate accounts are recycled back into the  blog.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Review: Q: A Novel by Evan Mandery

Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
ISBN: 0062015834
Pages: 368 pages
Genre: Fiction  
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Summary from publisher:

“Q, Quentina Elizabeth Deveril, is the love of my life.”

Shortly before his wedding, the unnamed hero of this uncommon romance is visited by a man who claims to be his future self and ominously admonishes him that he must not marry the love of his life, Q. At first the protagonist doubts this stranger, but in time he becomes convinced of the authenticity of the warning and leaves his fianc√Če. The resulting void in his life is impossible to fill. One after the other, future selves arrive urging him to marry someone else, divorce, attend law school, leave law school, travel, join a running club, stop running, study the guitar, the cello, Proust, Buddhism, and opera, and eliminate gluten from his diet. The only constants in this madcap quest for personal improvement are his love for his New York City home and for the irresistible Q.

A unique literary talent, Evan Mandery turns the classic story of transcendent love on its head, with an ending that will melt even the darkest heart.

My Review:       

I think I have been waiting for a book out of my comfort zone. August has been a slow month for me. I’m not ashamed to say that I have been in a reading/reviewing rut. This was completely different and so interesting that I think it may have succeeded in breaking me out of it.

The story is told from the viewpoint of a nameless man called “I” who is desperately in love with a woman called Q but a future version of “I” told him that in order to be happy, he must not marry Q. He is then confronted by many more future selves advising him to change various aspects of his life in order to have a happy future. See…different. It is like nothing I have ever seen before and I totally could not put it down.

I started reading this book with no expectations other than I thought the cover was pretty. Superficial yes but that was all I had. I found myself completely sucked in by the story and the premise. I mean who wouldn’t be? The idea of it is interesting but reading it is an experience. I also loved the writing style and the storytelling. I didn’t think it would work as well as it did but it really was a great read. I did have a couple of moments of disinterest but that’s likely because I was trying to go off the caffeine-didn’t work by the way. I also have to say that the ending kicked my butt just a little—but I will resist spoiling (even though I love spoilers for myself).


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*A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher for review.   My opinion is my own and has not been influenced in any way and any monies   made from associate or affiliate accounts are recycled back into the  blog.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Review: In My Dreams by Cameo Renae

Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1461083990
Pages:248 pages
Genre: Young Adult  
Challenges-100+ Reading Challenge, Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge
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Summary from publisher:

It was happening again. The dreams. The nightmares. It was something seventeen year-old Elizabeth "Lizzy" Hayes thought she'd outgrown; dreams that would come true; detailed premonitions of how people would die. This time she dreams about her boyfriend, Michael Young, and soon discovers that he's been found... dead. Michael hasn't crossed over because he was murdered, and now his murderer is coming for Lizzy. His spirit won't rest until she is safe, and as a newbie spirit, the easiest way for him to make contact is through Lizzy's dreams. When she dreams, it's as if he hasn't died. Lizzy must learn to pull on her inner strength to survive horrifying events. Meanwhile, in the spirit world, Michael learns everything he can about his supernatural gifts to help. But will it be enough to save her?

My Review:      

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a review of a YA book. Probably much longer than it should have been. I’ve been reading a lot of YA. I might have to reread some of the YA that I have read this summer. This was one great read that might have just kick-started my passion and love for YA again because it has been waning a bit.

Lizzy and Michael have to be one of the best and most heart-wrenching couples I have ever read about. Their connection was so strong and intense. I couldn’t help but empathize with them. Especially Lizzy. I made such an intense connection with her. She was so strong and was truly one of the best heroines I have ever come across because if her innate strength.

This was one of those books that, and I am woman enough to admit this, had me in tears at some points. I am not a crier but I just couldn’t seem to help myself with this one.  I thought that the story was completely compelling and the writing was excellent. It is very rare for me to say this but Renae’s phrasing was flawless. I mean it. Absolutely flawless. I don’t usually throw that word around but here it is and I ‘m saying it.

I was so glad I picked up this book. It possibly reinvigorated my love of the YA genre.Highly recommended.

 
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*A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher for review.   My opinion is my own and has not been influenced in any way and any monies   made from associate or affiliate accounts are recycled back into the  blog.

Review: Catriona by Jeanette Baker

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN: 1402255861
Pages:400 pages
Genre: Romance/Fantasy/Historical  
Challenges-100+ Reading Challenge, Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge
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Summary from publisher:

Rita Award–winning author Jeanette Baker has enthralled readers the world over with her thrilling tale of love, danger, and a passion that endures across the boundaries of time.

Kate Sutherland's arrival in the misty moors of her ancestral home in the Shetland Islands was supposed to cure her visions of danger, intrigue...and a sexy powerful Scottish border lord. Instead, she discovers that she's been living the tormented memories of Catriona Wells, a beautiful young woman of royal blood who lived five centuries before.

Shielding a dark secret from her past, Catriona was willing to do anything to save her young brother from the deadly politics of her royal family-even agree to an arranged marriage with the formidable Patrick MacKendrick. But would daring to love the hardened warrior who desired her so fiercely destroy her family... or finally allow her to heal?

Meanwhile, Kate is battling her own attraction to Niall MacCormack, an alluring Scottish historian. As the pull of history beckons, Kate has her own decision to make: choose the life and love of her present, or risk everything in Catriona's world of passion and peril.

My Review:     

I have been wanting to read more of Jeanette Baker’s books since I read and reviewed Legacy and loved it. I have been really looking forward to Catriona because it seemed as if it was even more my style than Legacy was. I was right. This was one of the reading highlights of a summer full of reading highlights.

I have to say that this is one of the few historical romances that does the whole two time periods and two couples well. Kate and Niall were the couple in the present (erm the late 90’s). I loved watching Kate experience both her story with Niall and Catriona’s story with Patrick. Niall was a more intellectual and bookish type of hero. Not my normal type of hero but I still loved him. I did prefer Patrick. Catriona and Patrick were the main couple in the historical portion of the book and they were amazing. Catriona was one of the few heroines I have come across who do not become foolhardy or obnoxious. Patrick was my favorite hero of the two. He was very strong with alpha tendencies but he was still gentle and likeable.  

Historical romances that go between the past and present are either a hit or a major miss with me. I feel like I have read this book many times before. But I don’t think I have ever read one better than this one. Both time periods we well done. I never had a moment of boredom with either one. I never felt that I could skip around to the time period I liked better because I loved both. I also loved both couples. Usually I pick one that I like more but I always loved both couples equally. Both Kate and Niall and Catriona and Patrick had amazing chemistry and their stories were so well done and interesting.

I don’t think I can recommend this book highly enough. This is really a great read that I had trouble putting down.

 
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Friday, August 19, 2011

Review: Just My Type by Simon Garfield

Publisher: Gotham
ISBN: 1592406521
Pages:356 pages
Genre: Non-Fiction  
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Summary from publisher:

Fonts surround us every day, on street signs and buildings, on movie posters and books, and on just about every product we buy. But where do fonts come from, and why do we need so many? Who is responsible for the staid practicality of Times New Roman, the cool anonymity of Arial, or the irritating levity of Comic Sans (and the movement to ban it)?

Typefaces are now 560 years old, but we barely knew their names until about twenty years ago when the pull-down font menus on our first computers made us all the gods of type. Beginning in the early days of Gutenberg and ending with the most adventurous digital fonts, Simon Garfield explores the rich history and subtle powers of type. He goes on to investigate a range of modern mysteries, including how Helvetica took over the world, what inspires the seeming ubiquitous use of Trajan on bad movie posters, and exactly why the all-type cover of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus was so effective. It also examines why the "T" in the Beatles logo is longer than the other letters and how Gotham helped Barack Obama into the White House. A must-have book for the design conscious, Just My Type's cheeky irreverence will also charm everyone who loved Eats, Shoots & Leaves and Schott's Original Miscellany.

My Review:     

I have been looking forward to this book from the moment I received it. I mean, it’s about fonts. What normal person would be interested in fonts? Turns out the answer is me and many other people.

I am not the biggest non-fiction reader on the planet but books about minutia are really interesting to me. We never really consider the fonts we use in our lives. I was completely flabbergasted to find that they had their own history and story. I was also surprised that Garfield was able to convey this history in such an interesting and engaging way. This could easily become a tad bit boring but I literally could not put this book down. And, frankly, some of the creators of these font were a bit off kilter in the sanity department.

This book could have been very boring. I mean it’s a book about typography. Of course it could be very boring. But it wasn’t. Facts and history were given in a very engaging and often humorous manner. The creators of fonts were some of the most interesting characters I have ever come across. I can tell you that I will be more conscious of the fonts I choose. Who wouldn’t be after reading this book?

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*A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher for review.   My opinion is my own and has not been influenced in any way and any monies   made from associate or affiliate accounts are recycled back into the  blog.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Character Interview and Giveaway: Aries from Paradise 21

Aries, thank you for joining me here at Books Like Breathing! This is my first character interview and I’m so excited to get to talk to you.

Thank you for having me. I’ve had so much happen in the last few months, it will be good to talk about it in the open! Many people have probably judged me for my actions, and I want to put the truth out there for those who wish to see it. If only you could send this to the crew of the New Dawn.

Let’s start with the beginning of your tale. Describe a day in your life on the New Dawn.

I worked as an engineer in the life support systems. Although I’d always wanted to be a biologist, the computer chose this job for me based on test scores. I may have been good at math, but working on the life support systems was boring and tedious for me. The computer never factored in what I wanted to do.

Same with my lifemate. After learning I was matched to a prominent lieutenant, I felt like my entire life was under scrutiny. All he did was want to control me, right down to how I wore my hair. I didn’t even like him, never mind love him. They wanted me to think I was lucky, when I felt like the most unlucky girl on the New Dawn. Except for my friend, Tria, of course. Her lifemate assignment was much worse, but I won’t get into that now. Rest in peace, Tria.

Why was it so important for you leave the New Dawn?

I needed to take control of my life and my destiny. Everything is not predetermined, as they make you believe on the New Dawn. You do have a choice. Take charge of your life and make it your own.

What were your initial thought/fears when you decided to escape?

I didn’t care whether I lived or died. I just wanted to get away from that ship. I feared they’d catch me and bring me back. And that’s exactly what they did.

Was life on the New Dawn as cold and lifeless as it read in the book? Were there any happy moments?

Oh yes, Tria and I had many great times. We used to sneak away and hide in the biodome. We’d talk about what life was like back on old Earth before the destruction. If Tria had stayed on the New Dawn, I just might have stayed and stuck it out with her. It was only after she escaped that I wanted to as well.

In one sentence, what were your first impressions of Striker?

Hot and dangerous.That’s all I have to say about that.

If you could exact your revenge on Barliss, what exactly would you do to him?

I’d make him understand that the only life he should control is his own. That forcing people to do things only ends in sadness. He needs to give the others on the New Dawn a choice in the matters of their life.

If you had to make a choice between two very terrible options,  would you rather have been one of the last remaining people on Earth or married to Barliss?

That’s easy: I’d rather live on Earth. I’ve always wanted to see what it was like, even if I had to witness the destruction. At least I’d have a chance to see oceans, real skyscrapers, and maybe even some animals, even if they were long dead and stuffed.

Thanks again for joining me, Aries! This has been a real treat!

Thank you for having me. Make sure you always have the courage to be true to yourself, and follow what you want to do, not succumb to the expectations of others.

Giveaway!! All commenters on this interview and my review will be entered into a giveaway for an ecopy of any of Aubrie’s previous books. All commenters on the interview will be entered as a tour wide giveaway for some beautiful necklaces provided by Aubrie herself. Just list your email. No follow required (although it would be nice). Ends Thursday August 25th.

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Review and Giveaway: Paradise 21 by Aubrie Dionne

Publisher: Entangled Publishing
ISBN: 1937044033
Pages:247 pages
Genre: Fiction/SciFi/Fantasy  
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Summary from publisher:

Aries has lived her entire life aboard mankind's last hope, the New Dawn, a spaceship traveling toward a planet where mankind can begin anew- a planet that won't be reached in Aries' lifetime. As one of the last genetically desirable women in the universe,she must marry her designated genetic match and produce the next generation for this centuries long voyage.

But Aries has other plans.

When her desperate escape from the New Dawn strands her on a desert planet, Aries discovers rumors about pirates - humans who have escaped her before its demise - are true. Handsome, genetically imperfect Striker possess the freedom Aries' envies, and the two connect on a level she never thought possible. But pursued by her match from above and hunted by the planet's native inhabitants, Aries quickly learns freedom will come at a hefty price.

The life of the man she loves.

My Review:     

I’m of the mind that if you can’t get into a book in the first 20 or so pages, you just need to give up and move on. I was into this book after the first couple of pages and that is something completely unusual for me.

I loved Aries. She was so kick-ass and strong. I liked that she wasn’t the type of kick-ass heroine that seemed foolhardy but she was smart in most of her actions. I also liked that she had a vulnerable side. Striker was a borderline perfect hero. He was just as kick-ass as Aries. But he also had a soft side as well. He had a kind and caring side. It’s very nice to see that in a hero.

I thought Aries and Striker had amazing chemistry but I do think that they went from “just met” to “in love” way too quickly. It wasn’t a problem but I prefer to see more development in the relationship before they are “in love”. I did love the sci-fi aspect of this book. It’s usually a throwaway for me but, with this one, it was absolutely necessary to my enjoyment of the book. I loved it. It was very action-packed and compelling.  I usually have to put the ereader (whether it be the Nook or Sony) down periodically because I find it uncomfortable to read from a device for a long time but I just couldn’t put this one down.

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Giveaway!! All commenters on the interview and my review will be entered into a giveaway for an ecopy of any of Aubrie’s previous books. All commenters on the interview will be entered as a tour wide giveaway for some beautiful necklaces provided by Aubrie herself. Just list your email. No follow required (although it would be nice). Ends Thursday August 25th.

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