ARC Book Review: The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

ashley | I was a little hesitant picking up The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn. It sounded far too much like Rear Window to me and I was worried I’d get a loose rip-off of the Hitchockian classic,… Continue reading

Holiday Hiatus

CityGirlScapes is taking a Holiday Hiatus! See you in the new year! Happy Holiday Reading! xo Ashley & Veronica  

Audiobook Review: The Last To See Me by M. Dressler, performed by Lauren Ezzo

ashley | Not only was The Last To See Me by M. Dressler the first audiobook I’ve listened to that wasn’t a memoir, it was also the first time someone has reached out to me to… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Revolution of Marina M by Janet Fitch

​ashley | White Oleander by Janet Fitch was one of the first books I remember reading that had a huge impact on me. It was one of the first books I read that meant more to… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Bonfire by Krysten Ritter

ashley | I’ve been a fan of Krysten Ritter since she popped up on Veronica Mars in 2005. I am forever looking for ways to relive Veronica Mars, but Ritter has proven herself a badass with a… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: This Book Is Not For You by Daniel Hoyt

ashley | This Book Is Not For You by Daniel Hoyt claimed it was not for me, but this book was exactly what I needed. I likely won’t be the only one to compare the tone of the narrator… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Empress by S.J. Kincaid

ashley | I deeply enjoyed The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid. It was entertaining and well written and I really liked the story, it’s stuck with me well after I finished the book which doesn’t often… Continue reading

Book Review: Media Whore by Daniel Shehori and Steven Shehori

ashley | I am not in the habit of reading (or reviewing) self-help books, but every now and then one catches my attention and I happily give it a go. Media Whore was written by Daniel and… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: From Cradle to Stage by Virgina Grohl

ashley | I’ve long thought that Dave Grohl was the coolest guy in rock ‘n’ roll, but I’ve never really contemplated where that cool might have come from, I just assumed it was how he dealt… Continue reading