Tag Archive: 3 Stars

Audiobook Review: Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown

ashley | I haven’t read anything by Brené Brown before, but I’ve seen her name come up a lot and have always meant to. So when Braving the Wilderness was available on audiobook, I thought I might spend my… 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: 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: The Girl with the Ghost Machine by Lauren DeStefano

ashley | I admittedly do not read a lot of middle grade fiction, but I love Lauren DeStefano and I really enjoyed A Curious Tale of the In-Between enough to pick up her newest middle-grade work The Girl With… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: View From The Cheap Seats by Neil Gaiman

ashley | Having just finished listening to Amanda Palmer’s book The Art of Asking recently, where she speaks often of her husband Neil Gaiman, my favourite author, I thought it fitting that I… Continue reading

Book Review: Raelia by Lynette Noni

ashley | Raelia, Lynette Noni’s follow up to her debut Akarnae, starts off almost too good to be true. Alex’s parents find out she’s been missing for the better part of a year because she was… Continue reading

Book Review: Literally by Lucy Keating

  ashley | I was hesitant about Literally by Lucy Keating. The description mentions Stranger than Fiction and it also reminded be of another movie I had seen. I just couldn’t imagine this premise bringing… Continue reading

Book Review: The End Of Our Story by Meg Haston

ashley | I was absolutely floored by Meg Haston’s Paperweight when I read it two years ago. She had such a real, raw way of talking about something so serious that even though it wasn’t… Continue reading

Book Review: The Outliers by Kimberly McCreight

ashley | I read a few uninspiring reviews before picking up The Outliers by Kimberly McCreight and it almost discouraged me, but I really enjoyed Reconstructing Amelia and thought Where They Found Her was a pretty solid read, so I… Continue reading