Horseman by Christina Henry ~ARC Review~

"Blood is its own kind of magic. It sustains life. It carries our history, all the blood that came before us..."Horseman Thank you, Christina Henry, Berkley Books, and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book! It releases on September 28th! Horseman by Christina Henry is a tale about Sleepy Hollow, but not the way … Continue reading Horseman by Christina Henry ~ARC Review~

Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie ~Review~

"But I do dare, Madame!"Death on the Nile Hercule Poirot is back in Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie. Linnet Ridgeway is young, beautiful, and extremely wealthy. Another young man has already asked her to marry him but she isn't sure. Her friend brings her fiance to ask for a job. The next thing … Continue reading Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie ~Review~

When They Call You a Terrorist by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele ~Audiobook Review~

“I carry the memory of living under that terror—the terror of knowing that I, or any member of my family, could be killed with impunity—in my blood, my bones, in every step I take. And yet I was called a terrorist.”When They Call You a Terrorist When They Call You a Terrorist by Patrisse Khan-Cullors … Continue reading When They Call You a Terrorist by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele ~Audiobook Review~

The Rage of Innocence by Kristin Henning ~ARC Review~

"To thrive, Black youth must learn to resist and transcend harmful and racial ideas and stereotypes that seek to limit them."The Rage of Innocence Thank you to Kristin Henning, NetGalley, and Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group for the opportunity to read this book. It releases on September 28th 2021.TRIGGER WARNINGS: Racism, Police Brutality, Violence, Murder, Suicide … Continue reading The Rage of Innocence by Kristin Henning ~ARC Review~

Nature’s Best Hope by Douglas W. Tallamy ~Review~

“Ninety-five percent of the country has been logged, tilled, drained, grazed, paved, or otherwise developed. Our rivers have been straightened and dammed (damned?), and several no longer reach the sea. Our air has been polluted, our aquifers pumped nearly dry, and our climate changed for centuries to come.”Douglas W. Tallamy Nature's Best Hope is the … Continue reading Nature’s Best Hope by Douglas W. Tallamy ~Review~

The Manningtree Witches by A.K. Blakemore ~ARC Audiobook Review~

“Just like a man to suggest the most obvious thing in the world as though it might be revelation to a woman’s cottony mind. When it seems to me all the most obvious things in the world must be done by women, or else they wouldn’t get done.”The Manningtree Witches Thank you NetGalley, A.K. Blakemore, … Continue reading The Manningtree Witches by A.K. Blakemore ~ARC Audiobook Review~

The Dressmakers of Auschwitz by Lucy Adlington ~ARC Review~

"We shake hands. At that moment history becomes real life, not just the archives, book stacks, fashion drawings, and fluid fabrics that are my usual historical sources for writing and presenting. I am meeting a woman who has survived a time and place now synonymous with horror."Lucy Adlington Thank you Lucy Adlington and Harper Perennial … Continue reading The Dressmakers of Auschwitz by Lucy Adlington ~ARC Review~

Bringing Nature Home by Douglas W. Tallamy ~Review~

"Today's gardeners are so concerned about the health of their plants that they run for the spray can at the first sign of an insect. Ironically, a sterile garden is one teetering on the brink of destruction."Bringing Nature Home Bringing Nature Home by Douglas W. Tallamy is a book that made me think of my … Continue reading Bringing Nature Home by Douglas W. Tallamy ~Review~