The Nethergrim by Matthew Jobin | Audiobook Review


Why Did I Listen To This Book? You guys want the honest, terrible truth as to why I decided to listen to The Nethergrim by Matthew Jobin narrated by Jeremy Arthur? Well, here goes! I listened to it because it was the last audiobook left in a folder that I downloaded from the publisher (for review … [continue]

Where Is Amy Dunne? #GoneGirl Giveaway


Amy Dunne is missing. Her Pinterest page has been found.  #GoneGirl Gone Girl’s Amy Dunne has a Pinterest account you can explore. In the upcoming movie thriller Gone Girl by David Fincher, ‘Amazing Amy’ Dunne (Rosamund Pike) has gone missing and all eyes are on her husband Nick (Ben Affleck.) Everyone is wondering ‘Did Nick […]


The Lonesome Young by Lucy Connors | Book Review


By all intents and purposes, The Lonesome Young by Lucy Connors should be my next favorite book, based on the cover and summary. I was expecting dangerous, they shouldn’t be together because they are opposites so I ship it chemistry. The Lonesome Young, unfortunately falls flat, lacking the chemistry that say, Simone Elkeles has. A […]


Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta | Book Review


You know how there is that one book that EVERY SINGLE YA READER except for you has read? Or at least, that is how it feels? For me, that one book was Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta which is like a super huge deal of a book in young adult community, at least among the circles that I find myself in.


Rumble by Ellen Hopkins | Book Review


When a copy of Hopkins’s latest book, Rumble, arrived in my mail I was so excited. I was excited because it was on a topic that I could really relate to, losing your faith. I mean, I can’t relate to drugs or prostitution, but I can totally relate to going from being religious to being not-so-religious. Yet, Rumble goes a little deeper than the whole question of having faith vs. being faithless.


Chasing Before by Lenore Appelhans | Audiobook Review


I picked up Chasing Before because I was desperate to see what happens next. I wanted more Felicia and Neil. I decided to listen to the book because I liked the sound of Holloway’s voice and also because I am so time limited when it comes to eARCs, so, audiobooks makes the TBR more manageable and Lenore’s book was something I knew I needed to read.


Evidence Of Things Not Seen | Blog Tour


I’d like to welcome Lindsey Lane to Good Books & Good Wine today to share an excerpt from her book, Evidence Of Things Not Seen. Thank you so much for inviting me to stop by Good Books & Wine. Yum. I’d love to share an excerpt of Evidence of Things Not Seen with your readers. Probably […]


Evidence Of Things Not Seen by Lindsey Lane | Book Review

However, after closing Evidence Of Things Not Seen by Lindsey Lane, I immediately said out loud “what a weird fucking book.” I mean, I liked it and thought it was unique. However, it’s also weird.


The Jewel by Amy Ewing | Book Review

Set on a dystopian island, The Jewel by Amy Ewing is about a society divided into rigid classes. At the very bottom rung are the residents of the Marshes. At the top rung are the residents of the Jewel, or the inner city.


The Inventor’s Secret by Andrea Cremer | Audiobook Review


Cremer’s latest series reimagines the world so that the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. In The Inventor’s Secret, the British have this mega-empire which is not really much different from the age of Imperialism.

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