Today’s book review is of Elisabeth Thomas’s debut novel Catherine House. I read this novel as an e-book, and the cover is so lovely and I liked the story so much that I am going to be buying a physical book for my collection. I don’t care if I there isn’t enough room on myContinue reading “Catherine House”
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Olga Dies Dreaming
Olga Dies Dreaming by Xochitl Gonzalez is a whirlwind story centered around Olga and Prieto, the adult children of Puerto Rican visionaries whose lives are largely dictated by their parents despite their parents’ absences.
Everything’s Trash, but It’s Okay
Through hardships such as financial struggles and workaholism, to successes like meeting Bono and Oprah and building a podcast following, Phoebe Robinson shares stories that are relatable and humorous.
Coraline by Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman’s Coraline tells the story of a young girl named Coraline – adamantly not Caroline; people just can’t seem to get her name right! Coraline Jones, along with her mother and father, move into an old, large house that’s been refurbished into apartments. The one next to the Jones’ apartment is empty, and theContinue reading “Coraline by Neil Gaiman”
The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware
Can you tell I’m on a Ruth Ware kick? The first Ruth Ware novel I read was The Death of Mrs. Westaway, then In a Dark, Dark Wood, followed by The Woman in Cabin 10, and finally The Turn of the Key. Ware’s books present just the right amount of description without being mundane, andContinue reading “The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware”
The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
Secrets and lies come together quite swimmingly in this chilling tale. The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware is a suspenseful mystery about a woman named Lo Blacklock, a journalist who ends up with passage on a brand-new, sleek 10-cabin luxury liner called the Aurora. Right away, Lo is thrown off when she borrowsContinue reading “The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware”
A Clan of Wolves and Author Q+A
Emma Steinbrecher makes her author debut with the high fantasy duology A Clan of Wolves.
Ricochet Day & Q+A with Noel Silvia
Everything we do, even the smallest of things, matters.” With Ricochet Day, author Noel Silvia delivers another sweeping tale of the interconnectedness of humankind. The stories we tell, the memories we collect, and the encounters we share with others reach farther than we can imagine. The further you delve into Ricochet Day, the more theContinue reading “Ricochet Day & Q+A with Noel Silvia”
Fifty Words for Rain by Asha Lemmie
Fifty Words for Rain is at once achingly sad and poetically beautiful. I love a heart-wrenching plot and complex characters, and Asha Lemmie delivers in one sweep with her debut novel. Prepare to get lost in the range of emotions you’ll feel at every turn. Whether it’s friendship, siblinghood, parenthood, hope, or survival, there isContinue reading “Fifty Words for Rain by Asha Lemmie”
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
CW/TW: depression, suicide, death Nora Seed is trapped – in the Midnight Library. Matt Haig’s latest novel The Midnight Library tells the story of a woman named Nora, who finds herself in the ultimate position between choice and fear of the unknown. After a series of events leaves Nora feeling despondent, unwanted, and more aloneContinue reading “The Midnight Library by Matt Haig”