The Forest Of Stolen Girls by June Hur | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Forest Of Stolen Girls by June Hur? The Forest Of Stolen Girls by June Hur was a book that I absolutely HAD to read. After all, I thought The Silence Of Bones – Hur’s debut – was excellent. As for why I went for the audiobook version, the reasoning wasn’t […]

The Most Beautiful Girl In Cuba by Chanel Cleeton | Book Review

Chanel Cleeton’s writing is completely transporting. I feel like I’ve learned so much about Cuba from her books. Particularly as we never really covered Cuba except for the Cuban Missile Crisis and Remember The Maine in my history classes. The Most Beautiful Girl In Cuba is an attention grabbing book that covers Cuba’s fight for […]

The Blacktongue Thief by Christopher Buehlman | Book Review

The Blacktongue Thief by Christopher Buehlman lured me in with its excellent cover. I was further convinced by the good reviews it got on Goodreads. I had to put a hold on the physical book at the library — as I wanted that tactile reading experience. Well, turns out, I didn’t exactly love The Blacktongue Thief. […]

Girl In The Rearview Mirror by Kelsey Rae Dimberg | Book Review

Girl In The Rearview Mirror by Kelsey Rae Dimberg appealed to me because I’ve been interested in trying more thrillers. I tend to like thrillers that are written by women and star women. This book is about power and conspiracy as well as secrets. This book took me about a week to read. I find […]

The Summer Sisters by Sara Richardson | Book Review

You ever get excited about an upcoming book because it is sequel to a book you really enjoyed only to find yourself slightly disappointed? That was me with The Summer Sisters by Sara Richardson. This book continues the story from Home For The Holidays, so I had assumed I would have a fantastic time reading it. Turns […]

The Throwback List by Lily Anderson | Book Review

After reading The Throwback List, I only have one Lily Anderson book left to read and so I am now saving it for a special occasion. As it turns out, I enjoyed The Throwback List just as much as the other books I’ve read by Anderson. It only took me a few pages to be drawn into […]