Spoonbenders was good, but not as un-put-down-able as I had hoped it would be.

I loved the concept of the story, but I’m not sure the author pulled it off. To be honest, for the majority of the book, I wondered if the family truly had any psychic abilities or if they were all just delusional about their abilities. Anyway, this one was just so-so for me.

I’m not sure if I’m just not in the reading mood lately (life has been so crazy busy between end-of-year school concerts, doc and ortho appts, Christmas preparation, shopping, and planning, etc etc etc) that I find myself struggling to want to pick up a book. Are any of you struggling with a desire to read in this lead up to Christmas or is it just me!? 🎄🎁

(Also, I apologize for the brevity of this review, but it’s all about compromise right now. Short = posted and that’s more important to me right now than nothing at all!)

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