Chevalier’s classic is technically “good,” but it’s flat. Griet’s character might be better explored by Vermeer’s famous painting than by this book.
Why wasn’t this a short story? I usually enjoy Gaiman’s light, magical tone. Here, though, it feels phoned in and shallow.
a.k.a. I would like to officially retract every bad or unflattering thing I have ever said about Stephen King’s writing.
Artemis is such an awful second act that it has me second-guessing the fun time I had with The Martian. Yikes!
If I had not received this book free via NetGalley, I would not have finished it. Girl in Snow by Danya Kukafka sounds promising, but the reveal is badly paced with obvious red herrings. Even though the mystery lost my attention, there’s potential in…