45 minutes (22-32 pages)
Review:This story is really great, which is no surprise coming from these authors. The best part is that it's a simple story about a boy and a girl and a pig. Seriously, though, it's fun and cute, plus there are explosions and magic, so it's basically perfect. Really a good read, well worth your time. Read more
Review:Oh my God that short was amazing. It was all we wanted and more. Not only did we get closure on so much that happened and was never quite touched on, but we got the promise of their future together. It's crazy how much character development can be shown in a few pages but Pacat delivered. As always it was so well written and perfect that nothing bad can be said about it. Read more
Review:I was waiting for these stories to come out an eternity, and finally managed to have time to indulge myself into reading this incredible story. Love it. If you love Tobias "Four" Eaton as mush as I do, then I recommend you to read these SHORT stories based on him. Thank you Veronica Roth Read more
Review:There is no way that the author or publisher could not see the sexual references here. The sexual innuendo is just dripping off of this book. This book is a GREAT gag gift, but definitely not for a child. If you haven't noticed, the majority of ratings are either 5 star or 1 star. You either have a sense of humor for this book, or you think it is just atrocious.
Presented like a classic children's tale, the book chronicles Louie, Chuck and Sally as they enjoy innuendo-filled childhood... Read more
Review:A light read evidently intended to help followers of Flavia pass the time until the recently published novel became available. The question is: has the author refocused his efforts to appeal to a younger audience? Read more
Review:I've really enjoyed the Fox and O'Hare stories, despite relatively lightweight plots, largely due to interesting characters and the entertaining banter between Fox and O'Hare. Unfortunately, the plot of this short was even more difficult to suspend disbelief on than anything previously, given how unnecessary and silly the key plot device seemed to be and the out-of-character risk Fox's scheme seemed to bring to surrounding civilians. Read more
Review:I liked this Harry Bosch novel. I've read every one. That being said, I think the Bosch story is getting a little long in the tooth. The ending was very disappointing. I won't ruin it for anyone else, but I think the ending was the worst part of the book. Read more
Review:Was disappointed on how short this installment of the series is. Also seems disconnected from the first chapter plot wise. Seems almost like a writing exercise than a genuine chapter. Well, there are 11 (?) more chapters to go, hope it gets better, Scalzi's a good writer most of the time.
UPDATE: have now read through chapter 8, and have a little better opinion of this chapter and the series.
It's not a traditional novel in the sense that these are chapters in ongoing plot and/or character... Read more
Review:I have been a fan of Bourdain from his shows and love the way he narrates. The passion he has, not just for the food, but for the culture/places that the food comes from. His views are always insightful and i actually started cooking when i was 32, inspired by his shows. Never cooked in my life before that. Read more