Myriam J. A. Chancy’s What Storm, What Thunder is a fiction novel that explores the lives of multiple characters as their choices and circumstances lead them to where they will be during the fateful 2010 earthquake that struck Haiti, which ultimately resulted in the injuries or deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.
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The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner
Have you read The Lost Apothecary? If not, add it to your tbr! In present-day London, Caroline goes mudlarking and finds an old apothecary bottle that leads her on an exciting journey of personal and historical discovery. At the end of the 18th century, apothecary Nella finds an unexpected friend in young Eliza. When aContinue reading “The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner”
Break Out Your Dustiest Earl Grey: A Review of Mexican Gothic
GREETINGS: Already read Mexican Gothic? Check out Oak + River Books’ first Nature in the Novel post, exploring ecocriticism within Mexican Gothic. Noemí Taboada travels to a mansion in the misty woods to keep tabs on her questionably ill and confused cousin who was recently married to the son of an old-wealth family. After someContinue reading “Break Out Your Dustiest Earl Grey: A Review of Mexican Gothic”