The Golem And The Jinni by Helene Wecker | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Golem And The Jinni? The Golem And The Jinni by Helene Wecker is a book that I’ve kind of been in the middle of reading for a wicked long time. I mean, since it came out I’ve started it and just had it on pause. Then one day I […]

Emerald Coast by Anita Hughes | Book Review

Emerald Coast by Anita Hughes is the sort of book that isn’t in my typical wheelhouse, but that I like. Still, I don’t often pursue women’s contemporary fiction. I guess that’s because I have so much other things on my shelf to read. Friends, I regret this. Emerald Coast by Anita Hughes was SUCH a page turner. […]

A Clash Of Kings | George RR Martin | Book Review

A Clash Of Kings by George RR Martin is a book that I have had on my need to write the review list since December 2013. Three and a half years later, here we are with a sort of review. I can’t say this will be a lengthy review or very objective. However, if you […]

The Slow Regard Of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss | Novella Review

The Slow Regard Of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss is a book that I read during a Dewey 24 Hour Readathon. Essentially, I picked it for the readathon because it was short. Also, somehow I had not yet made time to read it, despite its connection with one of my favorite fantasy series. On the […]

Trusting Liam by Molly McAdams | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Trusting Liam by Molly McAdams? Trusting Liam by Molly McAdams is a book that I am one of the least likely people to read, given how much I did not love Taking Chances. However, apparently pregnancy does things to your brain and so, I picked this one up out of the […]

A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn | Book Review

A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn is a book that I have been irrationally putting off reading for what feels like forever. I do not even know why I did not immediately pick this book up. You see, I feel a certain affinity for Raybourn’s books and the heroines who star in them. As it […]