Kindle Vs. Kobo #Musings

Kindle Vs. Kobo #Musings

Of course you know I am a kindle girl. I love my Kindles. I have one for my personal use but it’s my 3rd Kindle, not counting the Kindle Fire (1st Gen). My first Kindle was the 3rd Generation, and the last to have a physical keyboard; the one that was dubbed the “Kindle Keyboard”. […]

Posted March 22, 2017 by Kayla in Random Musings / 0 Comments
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Clay Tongue #BookReview

Clay Tongue #BookReview

This was an amazing short story about a little girl who is brave enough to enter the woods in search of a wish to help her beloved Grandpa. The story is long enough to get the back story and is well-written. You can understand what Katie, our protagonist, is going through. She and her grandpa […]

Posted March 20, 2017 by Kayla in Reviews / 0 Comments
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The Iron Trial #BookReview

The Iron Trial #BookReview

My Review I decided to read this one, even though it is a children’s book, because my son is reading it and I want to know what he’s reading. Truthfully, writing this off as “just a children’s book” would be an injustice. It does not have romance nor profanity. I appreciate that in a good […]

Posted March 14, 2017 by Kayla in Reviews / 0 Comments
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The Paris Architect #BookReview

The Paris Architect #BookReview

My Review I think, by now, my readers should know that I’m interested in World War II stories; even if not “based on true events”. So when I came across this one I had to read it. The thing with this one is that I actually enjoyed the plot, the concept, and the character building, […]

Posted March 7, 2017 by Kayla in Reviews / 0 Comments
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The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry #BookReview

The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry #BookReview

My Review I picked this one out because it had so many good recommendations on Amazon and this is about the owner of a bookstore. The first reason would normally deter me from actually purchasing the book but the fact that it was about a bookstore owner made me consider it. Plus, it’s less than […]

Posted February 13, 2017 by Kayla in Reviews / 0 Comments
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The Iron King #BookReview

The Iron King #BookReview

My Review I really enjoyed this book. It’s a historical fiction novel set in the time of Phillip the Fair of France. There’s back stabbing, plotting and scheming, betrayal and more. All of what you expect from a story of about the treachery of wanting power. The beginning of the story is rather slow but […]

Posted February 5, 2017 by Kayla in Reviews / 0 Comments
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I Know Why the Caged Birds Sing #BookReview

I Know Why the Caged Birds Sing #BookReview

My Review I still don’t know why the caged birds sing but I really loved this book. At first, I had some apprehension about reading an autobiography or biography in general. Why would I want to read the mundane events of someone else’s life? But it was surprisingly good. Some of the things that made […]

Posted January 3, 2017 by Kayla in Reviews / 0 Comments
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On Reaching 200 Posts

On Reaching 200 Posts

My last post, a book review of Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, marked The Review Court’s 200th post. Of those, 178 are mine. The others are book reviews from my mom, who co-blogged with me a while back. It’s been a long and fun journey. As you may know, I started the blog back in […]

Posted December 9, 2016 by Kayla in Random Musings / 0 Comments
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Dark Matter #BookReview

Dark Matter #BookReview

My Review I chose this book because it has so many good reviews on Goodreads [23K+ ratings and 4K+ reviews]. I just needed to know what all the fuss was about. I wasn’t disappointed. This is the first Blake Crouch novel I’ve read but I did watch Wayward Pines, if you recall, and loved it. […]

Posted November 23, 2016 by Kayla in Reviews / 0 Comments
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Serpents in the City #BookReview

Serpents in the City #BookReview

My Review: I’ve read the first two novels in this series and loved them. This one is no different. I really enjoy reading the Mac Ambrose stories because, of course, you have a strong female protagonist, she’s a spy, she’s smart, she’s brave, and she’s cares about the well-being of the others. She has values, […]

Posted November 15, 2016 by Kayla in Reviews / 0 Comments
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