July Wrap Up! | Summary and Q&A

August 2, 2015
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July Wrap Up!


Reagan shares her thoughts on six books she read in July, including a psychological thriller, a historical romance, a graphic novel, and a fantasy standalone.

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Questions & Answers

Q: What is the premise of the psychological thriller "Elizabeth is Missing"?

"Elizabeth is Missing" follows an older woman with dementia named Elizabeth who tries to solve a mystery from her past while dealing with her declining memory and functionality. It delves into the challenges of her unreliable perspective. However, the mystery may be apparent to readers, despite being uncertain to Elizabeth.

Q: Why did Reagan rate "Tatiana and Alexander" five out of five stars?

Reagan loved the character development in the second book of the Bronze Horseman Trilogy. She found that both Tatiana and Alexander grew independently, making them more dynamic and well-rounded. The gripping storyline, filled with action within a historical romance setting, kept her addicted and on the edge of her seat.

Q: What is unique about the style of narration in "Wolf in White Van"?

"Wolf in White Van" utilizes a stream of consciousness narrative style, making it an interesting and somewhat confusing read at times. Reagan found herself occasionally getting lost within the story but quickly getting back on track. Despite this, she found the book entertaining and engaging.

Q: What can readers expect from the Sci-Fi Western graphic novel "East of West Volume 1"?

"East of West Volume 1" is a Sci-Fi Western with a captivating and initially confusing plot that gradually unfolds throughout the volume. Reagan recommends avoiding spoilers, as the reveal is amazing. The artwork is stunning but includes graphic and violent elements. She highly anticipates reading Volume 2.

Q: What makes "The Queen of the Tearling" unique as a fantasy novel?

"The Queen of the Tearling" is set in an alternate futuristic society that has regressed into a medieval-like period. The book offers court politics, maneuvering, and world-building, which may make it seem slow for some readers. While romance takes a backseat in this first book, the focus is on the main character reclaiming her kingdom and navigating rulership.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Reagan read a psychological thriller called "Elizabeth is Missing," which follows an older woman with dementia as she reflects on her past and tries to solve a mystery. Reagan found the perspective interesting but felt the mystery was too obvious. She rated it 3 out of 5 stars.

  • She loved the second book in the Bronze Horseman Trilogy called "Tatiana and Alexander," praising the character development and the gripping storyline. She rated it 5 out of 5 stars.

  • Reagan enjoyed "Wolf in White Van," a novel about a man with facial disfigurement running a Dungeons and Dragons game. She gave it 4 out of 5 stars.

  • She highly recommends "East of West Volume 1," a Sci-Fi Western graphic novel with stunning artwork and a captivating plot. She rated it 5 out of 5 stars.

  • The fantasy standalone novel "Uprooted" was also a hit, featuring a magical wood and a chosen servant to protect a valley. Reagan enjoyed the fairy tale atmosphere and gave it a rating of 4.25 out of 5 stars.

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