Giveaway + Audiobook Review – Idaho by Emily Ruskovich

Giveaway + 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 – The Mothers by Brit Bennett

Audiobook Review – The Mothers by Brit Bennett

What an amazing book! THE MOTHERS is a brilliant debut by an author that you need to keep your eyes on. Brit Bennett is wise beyond her years, with a gift of words that left me captivated by her prose. I can't recommend this book enough. How much do our mothers affect the ...

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Book Review – Our Hearts Will Burn Us Down by Anne Valente

Book Review – Our Hearts Will Burn Us Down by Anne Valente

OUR HEARTS WILL BURN US DOWN is a poignant portrait of grief, told in the collective voice through the eyes of four best friends after a mass school shooting. While the story was not poorly written, the writing style was distracting at times, the novel was lacking in ...

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Book Review – My Last Continent by Midge Raymond

Book Review – My Last Continent by Midge Raymond

Midge Raymond's debut, My Last Continent, is an ode to Antarctica with a unique and emotional love story. Raymond's rich and descriptive narrative, while at times overly used, takes readers on a harrowing journey to a land rarely traveled. Deb has dedicated her life to ...

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Audiobook Review – Love in Lowercase by Francesc Miralles

Audiobook Review – Love in Lowercase by Francesc Miralles

Love in Lowercase is a cute novel about how small inconsequential things can have a big effect in our lives.  In Samuel's case, it was a stray cat changed his whole life. Admittedly this book, while short, was one that didn't hold my interest and the love story felt ...

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Audiobook Review – Why We Came to the City by Kristopher Jansma

Audiobook Review – Why We Came to the City by Kristopher Jansma

Audiobook Review: Why We Came to the City is an emotional portrait of grief, loss, and hope. This is my first book by this author, and now I would like to go back and read his debut. At times, the pacing was bogged with with overly descriptive, tangential passages, but what ...

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