Tag Archive: Science

Book Review: Lake of Mars by Merritt Graves

ashley | I was offered a copy of Lake of Mars by Merritt Graves for honest review. It had an interesting sci-fi sounding plot description, but I went into this probably a bit… Continue reading

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: Fata Morgana by Steven R. Boyett and Ken Mitchroney

angela | At the height of the air war in Europe, Captain Joe Farley and the baseball-loving, wisecracking crew of the B-17 Flying Fortress Fata Morgana are in the middle of a harrowing bombing… Continue reading

Book Review: Walk in the Flesh

ashley | We’ve been receiving a lot of emails from authors lately with review requests for books that we likely might not have stumbled on otherwise. I’m usually pretty open to taking a… Continue reading

Book Review: The Love That Split The World

ashley | I bought The Love That Split The World by Emily Henry on blind faith. You know sometimes you just have a feeling about a book? That is going to be great no… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Dreamology

ashley | For someone who has incredibly vivid dreams pretty regularly, Dreamology by Lucy Keating immediately struck a chord with me. I’ve always been fascinated with dreams and how much they are influenced… Continue reading

Book Review: The Man Without a Shadow

ashley | I don’t remember what it was that made me request The Man Without a Shadow by Joyce Carol Oates. I haven’t read anything by her before and the description doesn’t give… Continue reading