Front Lines by Michael Grant | Book Review

Front Lines by Michael Grant was actually a pretty engaging and good read. I am a bit shocked at how quickly I whipped through it. Y’all, this book is like 576 pages. I picked it up off my shelf because I thought it would take me awhile to read and thus give me time to […]

The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson | Book Review

I remember reading about this on a few blogs and dying to get my hands on it. The premise sounded great and like something I would really enjoy. Unfortunately, I had been trying not to buy new books lately since I have so many unread in my apartment, and so I did not get it […]

Stay Where You Are And Then Leave by John Boyne | Book Review

John Boyne’s Stay Where You Are And Then Leave is a quiet gem of a book. To me, it does not shout with action or over the top prose, instead it whispers a subtle story of family and love where you lean in to hear and listen just a little bit harder than you normally would. […]

Sunrise Over Fallujah Walter Dean Myers Audiobook Review

Why do I like reading military based books so much? I’ve never been a soldier. I’m scared witless of guns. But, I love reading about camaraderie. I love reading about bravery and courage under fire, so to speak. When I first came across Sunrise Over Fallujah by Walter Dean Myers, it was at the library in […]