Category Archive: book reviews

ARC Book Review: Watching You by Lisa Jewell

ashley | No surprise that Lisa Jewel has written a new book and no surprise that I rushed to pick up Watching You. When you pump out a book as often as it… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Slayer by Kiersten White

ashley | In time when TV seems to be nothing but reboots and original book ideas seem hard to come by, I stumbled across an ARC for Slayer by Kiersten White. I’ve had… Continue reading

Book Review: You Are Everything by Karen Rivers

ashley | You Are The Everything by Karen Rivers felt like it might be written for a younger age group than me, but there was something about it that was really appealing and… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Half Of What You Hear by Kristyn Kusek Lewis

ashley | I don’t read a ton of “women’s fiction”, but any time I have, I’m always surprised by how much I enjoy it. I was hoping that Half of What You Hear… Continue reading

Book Review: Vox by Christina Dalcher

ashley | The premise of Vox by Christina Dalcher was terrifying and I knew I had to read it the moment I laid eyes on the cover. What would once seem like a… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak

ashley | I’m all about stories that bring a person back to their old town to confront their past, and Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak promised to do just this. There… Continue reading

Book Review: Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent

ashley | Sometimes a cover really speaks to me and that is definitely what drew me to wish for Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent, a wish that was thankfully granted by Simon… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso

ashley | I’ve been meaning to read #Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso for a while now, it sounded exactly like the kind of girl power book I’m into, but I got caught up in… Continue reading

Book Review: Sea Prayer by Khaled Hosseini

veronica | From acclaimed writer Khaled Hosseini comes Sea Prayer, a story so heart-wrenching yet hopeful that I could not help by cry, here, on the wretched streetcar. Words more like a poem, lyrical and always… Continue reading