Mini Reviews are my thoughts on books I've recently read, in three sentences or less.
Picture the Dead by Adele Griffin and Lisa Brown
Picture the Dead is a fun, somewhat creepy read that wasn't quite as ghostly as I'd hoped. The illustrations are pretty cool, though, and the story is very well told, if not a little predictable. Still an enjoyable read for fans of historical quasi-ghost stories.
Wisdom's Kiss by Catherine Gilbert Murdock
I'll be honest and admit I only got this book because of the cat...and maybe that's not the best reason to read a book. There is a lot going on in the narration of this novel, including about six billion different perspectives. But not a whole lot actually happens plot-wise, and Wisdom's Kiss went back to the library unfinished.
Trafficked by Kim Purcell
Trafficked is deserving of so much more than just a mini review, but I can't find the words to say how shocking and horrifying it is, other than to just say so. It's appalling to know that this kind of thing goes on today, in the United States, and I think that makes it an important read. I only wish we had been able to see more of Hannah's life after her experience.