Deadly Summer Nights by Vicki Delany | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Deadly Summer Nights by Vicki Delany? Deadly Summer Nights by Vicky Delany appealed to me based on the Catskills element. The back cover copy compares the resort this book is set at to the one in Dirty Dancing which is a superb movie. Given my current time limitations, audiobook seemed like […]

3 Young Adult Graphic Novels To Have On Your Radar

If you hand me a stack of young adult graphic novels, chances are, I am going to read them. The storytelling format has always appealed to me. I find young adult graphic novels to be fast reads – well paced, visually interesting, and usually with great stories. Below are three upcoming graphic novels that should […]

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 Woman In Red by Diana Giovinazzo | Book Review

The Woman In Red by Diana Giovinazzo gave me exactly what I expected. For real though, I just love sinking my teeth into a good historical fiction book and being whisked away to another time and place. Giovinazzo’s debut is a sweeping story of love and passion that crosses continents. For the most part, I […]

The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray? When it comes to audiobooks, one of my preferred genres is historical fiction. And so, The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray caught my eye. When I saw the audiobook was narrated by Robin Miles, I just had […]