A reunited exes story with some of the more annoying tropes around… and is still a fun read nonetheless? I’m speechless.
Freedom fighters! Ships! Sword fights! Well, scratch that, toss them away from a more typical story instead. Sigh.
Brace yourself: a Modern story with no Madonna/whore complex, no ridiculous accusations of betrayal, no stalking, just… romance.
It has ships and murder, and yet I feel like I’m trapped in some kind of wake where I don’t even know the fellow who died.
So, how much do you like staring at an author’s belly button?
Irritant’s Babysitter is a more accurate title for this story, but I guess it won’t be as marketable.
Thin is beautiful, and if we aren’t thin, we won’t get that hot guy to fall in love with us! Whatever, give me my chocolates.
Oh, we have an almost winner here. Never mind, here’s all my hugs and kisses anyway.
Jane Feather almost returns to top form here. This one has a heroine that breaks all the rules, shame that the tale doesn’t entirely deliver.
The real magic show here is how the author can send me into a bored stupor in such a short time.
Fancy a Morgan-flavored pinot noir with your Christmas turkey? You’d love the familiar taste of double standards that put women in their place.
What’s a fascinating story doing, being buried under tedious grind-like number crunching and routine hack-slash tedium?
Another very average Christmas anthology. Well, good thing there are so many of them, so if you give this one a miss, no harm done.
KL Noir: Yellow closes Malaysia’s very own English noir anthology series, and that sound you hear is a limp pop rather than a bang.
If you ever wondered what it’d be like if Kate Daniels and Curran the Pig-Wolf are X-Men, here you go. Enjoy.
A social justice warrior and her white knight take part in the steampunk version of Wacky Races. How nice.
Here’s your chance to touch a mummy – well, not really, but close, as this is a fancy “3D interactive” history book.
Christmas spirit be damned, this is one secret baby book from hell to run away screaming from.
Taylor Swift finally embraces pop in what is most likely her most calculated album ever.