Archives for March 2017

Book Review – Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

Book Review – Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

The first in Laini Taylor's highly anticipated duology is so gorgeously written and wholly unique that I was utterly charmed. Blending together elements of mythology, folklore, and the Renaissance period with a lush Middle-Eastern-esque setting made for beautiful imagery and ...

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Audiobook Review – Idaho by Emily Ruskovich

Audiobook Review – Idaho by Emily Ruskovich

Emily Ruskovich's IDAHO is haunting, atmospheric, and heartbreaking, yet manages to leave you wanting more of its beauty. Rarely does a book leave me with this persistent feeling of loss upon finishing, but Idaho did. Through beautiful prose, strong character development, ...

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Audiobook Review – All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

Audiobook Review – All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

ALL OUR WRONG TODAYS is compulsively readable and addictive. I enjoyed this book so much—think of it as a modern-day Back to the Future meets Taylor Jenkins Reid's Maybe in Another Life. Wonderful storytelling and compelling characters made this story completely ...

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Book Review – Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley

Book Review – Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley

Do you think you could go more than twenty years without touching another person? Without feeling the simplest display of comfort, a consolation, a hug, a brushed kiss on the forehead? "One time, a boy kissed me and I almost died." Due to a rare genetic mutation, Jubilee ...

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Book Review – Mists of the Serengeti by Leylah Attar

Book Review – Mists of the Serengeti by Leylah Attar

Leylah Attar's MISTS OF THE SERENGETI takes readers on a African adventure to a coffee farm in Tanzania and through the vast expanse of the Serengeti, introducing readers to Rodel and Jack and their quest to save children in danger. Leylah Attar's ability to bring readers ...

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