Seductive Poison by Deborah Layton | Audiobook Review

Finally, in September, I listened to Seductive Poison because I take reading recommendations from other people quite seriously. What an absolutely riveting book!

People I Want To Punch In The Throat: Competitive Crafters, Drop-Off Despots, And Other Suburban Scourges by Jen Mann | Book Review

Suffice to say, I expected People I Want To Punch In The Throat to be a barrel of laughs and for once, my expectations were totally met.

Review of Persepolis 1: The Story of A Childhood by Marjane Satrapi

Persepolis 1: The Story of A Childhood by Marjane Satrapi is a graphic novel which will haunt me, much in the way that Maus still haunts me. Persepolis follows the circumstances of the Islamic Revolution in Iran and how it affected the life of the author who grew up during this revolution. I think this […]

Review of She’s Not There by Jennifer Finney Boylan

Hey beautiful followers, I know this is kind of cheap of me, but I am simply swamped until 1 pm tomorrow, therefore I post you a book review I wrote for my women’s studies class! I hope you enjoy it 😀 Jennifer Finney Boylan’s memoir, She’s Not There: A Life In Two Gendersprovides a comprehensive […]

Review of Japan Took The JAP Out of Me by Lisa Fineberg Cook

Japan Took The JAP Out of Me By Lisa Fineberg Cook is a memoir about a woman who lives in Japan for a year. She’s a stereotypical Jewish American Princess, which is definitely not a bad thing, but it makes for some funny culture show moments. I thought Lisa was intriguing, in America, she’s a […]

Review of The Sugarless Plum by Zappora Karz

The Sugarless Plum by Zippora Karz is about the author’s experience living with diabetes. Karz’s case is a bit unique, as she’s a ballerina, so she must walk a fine line in her insulin and sugar intake. I felt the Sugarless Plum was fairly depressing. I know she eventually gets past her disease, that’s what […]