I have always been a huge fan of Charles Dickens. Even though I enjoy all his works, my two favorite Dickens works are Tale of Two Cities and A Christmas Carol. I feel like everyone is familiar with A Christmas Carol. As a child, my family would watch the Mickey Mouse version every Christmas. As I got older, my … Continue reading The Man Who Invented Christmas by Les Standiford Review!
When I found out I was going to get to review The Lesser Bohemians, I was so excited! I had been wanting to read this the second I saw it online! The Lesser Bohemians is written by Eimear McBride and is about 18 year old, Eily who comes to London to study theater. One night she … Continue reading The Lesser Bohemians by Eimear McBride Review
I read George Washington is Cash Money by Cory O'Brien a few months ago. I will read everything that Cory O'Brien writes from now on. In fact, Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes is on my TBR pile. George Washington is Cash Money is the "no bull-shit guide to the United States of America". (According to the front cover) This … Continue reading George Washington is Cash Money by Cory O’Brien – Review
Oh my goodness. I have a bad case of the Mondays right now. I had time to read for about 30 minutes this weekend. 30 MINUTES, that's it! On an average weekend, I read for at least 5-6 hours. I am so behind on my monthly reads and reviews. It is Thanksgiving week and my … Continue reading Favorite Quotes: Part 1
I am a huge fan of psychological thrillers and The Mistake by K.L. Slater did not disappoint! This story goes back and forth between the present and 16 years into the past. When Rose was 18, her brother, Billy, was kidnapped and murdered. In the beginning, the circumstances behind his death remain unknown. However, throughout … Continue reading The Mistake by K.L. Slater
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. Immortal Rebel by Erin McDermott is the second book in the Allegiance series. Her first book, Captive Maiden, introduced a fascinating world that takes place in the future. But it is in no way futuristic. The world as we know it, has perished. The Greek gods … Continue reading Immortal Rebel (Allegiance Book 2)
For a book lover, there is nothing more frustrating than a reading rut. You want to read, but just can't find the motivation or the energy to get through it. I have been there. I would open the book and feel like I am staring at the same page for hours. It is so infuriating. … Continue reading Reading Rut Madness
My book club just finished reading The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins in October. I really enjoyed the book. I loved that the story had an unreliable narrator. I loved not knowing what was going to happen next. The book was intense and brought up themes like alcoholism, mental health and emotional abuse. … Continue reading The Girl on the Train Book vs. Movie
I have finally read, The Girl on the Train, a psychological thriller, written by Paula Hawkins. This was my book club’s most recent selection. Next week, we will be getting together to discuss and watch the movie. I was really excited to read this book. It has been all over Bookstagram for the last 2 years. … Continue reading The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins Review!