Book Discussions

I do believe that its rather disappointing to have to reveal spoilers when writing a review, so I’ve come up with another solution; Book Discussions! Below is a list of every book I have reviewed, and in it is a link to a seperate page on which I have written my opinion about the book, the plot, the characters, etc. This is seperate BECAUSE it is my opinion (therefore possibly controversial, a spoiler, and not a trusted source) on the book, and I believe things to be much more organized this way. Perhaps its a little more track work for you readers out there, and for that I apologize. I ask that all comments be kept appropriate, please, and any discussions stay on topic. Thank you.

Novel Dame

Discuss:

The Thirteenth Tale

The Dollanganger Series

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

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Published on October 13, 2007 at 2:20 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. […] bar to all my blog categories, a search button for all my blogs, and, my most recent project, a NEW Book Discussion Page! Which, eventually, will include every book I’ve ever reviewed. Until then, it will be […]

  2. My dear Novel Dame, I searched for the place to discuss books and never found the “Thirteenth Tale” or the spot to add a comment. Would you be able to put a link for each book on the side bar, linking to a dicussion / comment?

  3. Thanksgiving break is so wonderful…no gifts to wrap, shopping only if you are willing to brave Black Friday, and you don’t really have to decorate unless you are an over-achiever for Christmas decorating… a perfect time to read.

    I’d love to see a category about books about books, libraries, and reading. I just finished “Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. Score! …another great read. I’d love to hear what you thought about this one.

    I also just finished a couple that would fit in an apocalyptic category: “The Road” by Cormac McCarthy and “I Am Legend” by Richard Matheson. Perhaps not the most uplifting of holiday reads! First thought — I wasn’t impressed with “The Road”…at all. I found the story tedious and I am not a fan of MacCarthy’s writing style.

    I wanted to read “I Am Legend” as the movie will be coming out next month and I generally like classic horror/sci-fi. It was written in 1952, so it is dated, but quite interesting. It is an interesting take on the scientific plausibility of vampirism. All in all? I liked the story, but it was depressing. As you mentioned on one of your posts…time to move on to some fluff. Opening the pages of “The Constant Princess” by Philippa Gregory…


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