Book reviews by SS Kuruganti – full of random observations, squee, some snark, and fanfic recommendations. Enjoy!
There are many books yet to be reviewed, you can find a rating for them below. If you want a more informal sort of review before buying any one of these books (i.e, whether I’d recommend any of them) you can comment and I’ll be glad to answer.
[Rated from 5* to 1*]
|The Scarlet Chair—2.5*
||Onani Master Kurosawa—3*
|Mars/The Legend of Mars—4.5*
||The Gemini Contenders-2.5*
||Feet of Clay—3.5*
||The Naked Sun-2.75*
|Tokyo Crazy Paradise—3*
||Mekakushi no Kuni—4*
||Buy Jupiter and Other Stories-3.5*
|Night of the Beasts—3.5*
||The Eyes of Heisenberg-2*
|Hana no Namae—3*
||Akuma De Sourou—3.75*
||The Motorcycle Diaries-2.75*
||Can’t Lose You—3*
||You’re So Cool—3*
||100% Perfect Girl—4*
||The Door to December—2.75*
|Barairo, My Honey—3*
|Gekka no Kimi—3*
||The Face of Fear—2*
||From a Buick 8—2.5*
||The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents–3*
|Nightmares and Dreamscapes—2*
|The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon—2*
||To Kill a Mockingbird–4*
||The Fifth Elephant–2.5*
||The Bourne Legacy–4*
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