Kathryn Hargrave

Helpful votes received on reviews: 69% (24 of 35)
Location: UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 310,752 - Total Helpful Votes: 24 of 35
Torn (Torn (Atria)) by K. A. Robinson
Torn (Torn (Atria)) by K. A. Robinson
I pre-ordered this book after finishing "Beautiful Disaster" because the storyline seemed to be quite similar and i liked the cover. Literally could not have been more disappointed.
Not only did I not enjoy the book, but it actually made me angry. I actively want to put people off buying the book because I think it is THE most LAZY book that I have ever read.
If it was written well than I would have been thrilled, because it's almost exactly the 'Beautiful Disaster' plot combined with 'Hopeless'.
But what is truly unforgivable about this book, is that it's rushed. As there's no character development at all, then Chloe's reactions to things just seem overdramatic and… Read more
Tala Stainless Steel Mini Sink Strainer, Silver by Tala
5.0 out of 5 stars Does the job., 8 Feb 2014
Does exactly what I want it to do (stop my hair going down the drain). Fits my plug perfectly.
Another reviewer said it rusted within days? Mine's still going strong 6 months on.
Grave Mercy: 1 (His Fair Assassin) by Robin LaFevers
I love this book. For me (a 23 year old) this book is one of those hard-to-find books in the huge teenager genre. That's because this book isn't written down in any way, it's written for adults as much as teenagers.
I also love this specific genre, the mix between historic with a twist of fantasy. It fits right in the middle of the 'Graceling' series (Kristin Cashore) and 'The Study' series (Maria V Snyder - absolutely recommend).

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