Christmas In Harmony Harbor by Debbie Mason | Book Review

Christmas In Harmony Harbor by Debbie Mason is apparently the final book in her Harmony Harbor series, but the actual first book of the series that I’ve read. I went into this book without any character situation context at all and ended up really enjoying my time with it. If you’re looking for a sweet […]

City Of Mirrors by Justin Cronin | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To City Of Mirrors by Justin Cronin? City Of Mirrors by Justin Cronin is the FINAL book in the Passage trilogy. Friends, this must be my year for finishing series and trilogies and the like. I am liking this trend with my reading. It is pretty excellent know how something ends […]

Above by Isla Morley | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Above by Isla Morley? It has been years since I’ve requested Above by Isla Morley on Netgalley. At the time of request, dystopian books were the THING to read. And well, I had this insatiable appetite. So, this book appealed to me on both a dystopian level and also a CRIME […]

White Horse by Alex Adams | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To White Horse by Alex Adams? White Horse by Alex Adams is an adult dystopia book that has crossover YA appeal. Or at least that’s how it was pitched when the book was released several years ago. At the time, that really appealed to me. However, as you all know how TBRs […]

The Martian by Andy Weir | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Martian by Andy Weir? I honestly started listening to The Martian by Andy Weir because of a twitter conversation. I think the conversation happened after I saw Jurassic World – not that this is totally relevant, just the timing of that sticks out in my mind. Anyways we were […]

Allison: Firewall | DiAnn Mills | Book Review

On the surface, Firewall by DiAnn Mills is suspenseful fiction. It contains the element of mystery and romance mixed with the dramatics of the FBI and a potential terrorist situation. Honestly, there is so much potential for something outside my normal reading but unfortunately that potential was never fully reached for me. There was just […]