Lair Of Dreams by Libba Bray | Book Review

Lair Of Dreams by author extraordinaire Libba Bray is the bee’s knees. Everything is not jake in 1920s alternate reality New York City where Diviners exist. Bray’s sequel to The Diviners is a hold on to your hat sort of read, the action does not stop for a single second. This is a very long book at […]

Racing Savannah by Miranda Kenneally | Book Review

Miranda Kenneally’s Racing Savannah is off to the horse races — literally. This entry into the Hundred Oaks series is about Savannah, a girl whose family is involved in the world of horse racing – but on the domestic side of things. On the whole, I really enjoyed this book and am glad I picked it to […]

The Prince Of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson | Book Review

I won’t lie, I read The Prince Of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson because it was the shortest book in my Netgalley queue and because for some odd reason I thought it would be a fun, fast lighthearted beach read. Apparently my expectations were way off base because this book was anything but lighthearted. That’s not […]

Fool Me Twice by Mandy Hubbard | Book Review

Sometimes you just need a light and refreshing brain candy kind of book. Fool Me Twice by Mandy Hubbard is the kind of book that does not require much investment on the end of the reader. The story is fairly straight forward. There’s not a whole lot of nail biting or anxiety that occurs while reading. […]

In A Handful Of Dust by Mindy McGinnis | Book Review

In A Handful Of Dust is quite different from its predecessor in a good way. People who enjoyed McGinnis’s debut will certainly enjoy this companion novel.

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.