Book Review – Neon Gods by Katee Robert
I’m sitting here watching my best friend read Neon Gods by Katee Robert and realized – it’s time for my first (of many, I assume) Katee Robert fangirl posts.
Book Review – Gallant by V.E. Schwab
If you’re looking for a haunted house vibe, Gallant by V.E. Schwab is the perfect book. I wouldn’t call it Horror, but it has a sinister tension all throughout the novel that I found equal parts comforting and terrifying.
Book Review – Autumn’s Tithe by Hannah Parker
With Hannah Parker announcing the release date for Autumn’s Traitor (December 9, 2022), the second book in The Severed Realms Trilogy, I thought it was about time I wrote my review for Autumn’s Tithe.
Book Review – Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross
The Bookish Box once again delivered a gem to my doorstep. Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross paints a gorgeous and captivating world filled with complex and intricate characters. From the moment I was introduced to Azenor, I wanted more.
Book Review – It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
I have complicated feelings about this novel, much like I did with Yaa Gyasi’s Transcendent Kingdom. So while there are 5 stars up there, take the time to read through this one because it’s not as simple as me loving it or enjoying it.
Book Review – Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson
Artemisia is the hero we all need. She’s strong, independent, and 100 percent over the bullshit. She’s training to become a Gray Sister, a nun who works to cleanse spirits of the dead so they can pass peacefully. Without the Gray Sisters, the dead would return to torment the people of Loraille.
Book Review – Lore by Alexandra Bracken
I floundered for the first hundred or so pages of Lore by Alexandra Bracken trying to acquire a grasp of the backstory and the dump truck load of information thrown at the reader. I assume if you have an in-depth knowledge of Greek mythology you may fare better than I did, but it took me…
Book Review – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Saying I read a lot would be an understatement, but despite all of that reading I rarely see pieces of myself within a novel. There are characters I want to be or characters I want to be friends with, but when I take an honest look at who I am – there are few places…
As signs of aging spring up for Margaret, she undergoes changes to ensure her husband’s lasting happiness no matter the cost.
Book Review – The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood
If you’re anything like me then you regularly find yourself scrolling through Netflix looking for the most predictable, lovable rom-com available and devour it without a complaint. They make you happy and bring joy into your life even if you know exactly how it’s going to play out.
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