The third book of the series has a lot more to discuss than the second (which I also mini-review here).
A wacky, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink concept that somehow works, mostly.
Solidly written and entertaining, if not much else.
A great continuation of the series, with v. disappointing ending.
A unique take on superpowers and the uses thereof.
This book blew me away. It was pretty much perfect.
In theory, this book was perfect for me; in execution, not so much.
“Lorelai Gilmore” ‘s first book is a funny, sweet example of chicklit–not my favorite genre, but I liked it!
Skillful short stories, but I didn’t love them so much as her second collection (Magic for Beginners).
An interesting take on the classic portal fantasy trope; mostly recommended, with some big reservations.