A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir A 5⭐️ Book Review A Torch Against the Night continues the story of Laia and Elias, two strong-willed protagonists who are bound together by a sense of right and duty. In this follow-up, author Sabaa Tahir continues to weave her tale of An Ember in the Ashes, … Continue reading “Discovering a Torch in the Night”
The Guncle by Steven Rowley A 5⭐️ Book Review The Guncle was a mainstay on Bookstagram this summer, and there’s a good reason for that. This book by Steven Rowley is just delightful, a real five-star read. Or, in Patrick’s case, maybe five martinis? Patrick O’Hara walked away from Hollywood after his hit TV show … Continue reading “Loving GUP: A Beautiful Book”
The Seven Day Switch by Kelly Harms A 4⭐️ Book Review Do you remember Freaky Friday? I’m old enough to remember the Jodie Foster movie, as well as the more recent Jamie Lee Curtis/Lindsay Lohan remake. Neither movies were my favorite, but it’s a cute concept. The Seven Day Switch takes that concept and puts … Continue reading “Switching Lives”
An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir A 5⭐️ Book Review When an author builds a world of light and shadows, builds characters with morals and emotions, and creates a plot of twists and thrills, that author has written a great book. Sanaa Tahir is one of those authors. I greatly enjoyed reading the … Continue reading “Finding Embers in the Ashes”
The Madness of Crowds by Louise Penny A 5⭐️ Review After taking us to Paris in All the Devils Are Here, Louise Penny brings us back to Three Pines in The Madness of Crowds, the 17th installment of the Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series. I was so glad to open this beautiful edition and experience … Continue reading “A Return to Three Pines”
Razorblade Tears by S. A. Cosby A 5⭐️ Book Review Razorblade Tears has been all over my Bookstagram feed for the past two months. I enjoyed this book because of the emotional story, but I have to admit that it took me longer than usual to read this one. The violence and desperation that S. … Continue reading “Violence and Vengeance”
Unwind by Neil Shusterman A 4⭐️ Book Review The first book in the Unwind Dystology by Neil Shusterman is a quick, but disturbing read. I can’t say that I loved this book, but it was a good read, one that I’ll be thinking for quite awhile. Unwinds are children. Some are marked for Unwinding from … Continue reading “Unwind: A Book Review”
We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange A 5⭐️ Book Review I love family-focused novels. Family relationships are so complicated, and a good writer brings those stories to life. Tracey Lange is one of those authors. We Are the Brennans is an amazing novel. On the surface, it’s a story about one daughter’s return home … Continue reading “We Are the Brennans”
The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune A 5⭐️ Book TJ Klune has given us a gift. The House in the Cerulean Sea is a gift of love and color and adventure and magic. It is a book about being comfortable in your own skin, questioning your preconceived notions, and finding where you … Continue reading “Finding the Cerulean Sea”
Impostor Syndrome, written by Kathy Wang, is a slow-burn novel about career aspirations, privacy, and womanhood. Oh, and espionage! I think the concept of spies among us is fascinating, so I was eager to read this Book of the Month pick. It did not disappoint! Julia is Chief Operating Officer at Tangerine, a Google / … Continue reading “A Slow-Burn Spy Novel”
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