Attachments by Rainbow Rowell | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen to Attachments by Rainbow Rowell? Attachments by Rainbow Rowell appeals to me on SO many different levels. There’s the fact that a large percentage of it is told in epistolary format. Also, it is set in 1999 at the height of Y2k. OH YEAH AND IT IS BY RAINBOW ROWELL. While […]

Landline by Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

There is something that Rainbow Rowell just seems to innately get about relationships. After reading Eleanor & Park, Fangirl, and now Landline, I am convinced that Rowell is the master of writing about intimacy and its myriad forms. I’ve seen Rowell’s latest, Landline, described as being akin to a romantic comedy but personally, the book […]

Fangirl | Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

The one thing you need to know about a Rainbow Rowell book before going in is that you are about to experience something special. Eleanor & Park was my first experience with Rowell’s books and set the bar rather high as to my expectations. As you can imagine, I went into Fangirl, Rowell’s ‘New Adult’ book with […]

Allison: Eleanor & Park | Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

A couple of weeks ago, I was checking out twitter, and I couldn’t help but notice how it was blowing up with another big book controversy and as per usual, I was quickly drawn into the conversation. This time the controversy involved the book Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell. I hadn’t read the book […]

Eleanor & Park | Rainbow Rowell | Book Review

Oh, you guys. YOU GUYS. I’m head over heels swooning over Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, just like Gayle Forman’s blurb said I would. I’m trying super hard to come up with the perfect words to convey with this book was totally radical, but I can’t. I’m having brain freeze over how great this book […]