I would like Jacqueline Durran to costume my life, and Keira Knightley should play every classical heroine ever,
Everyone loves a good Holocaust novel…right? Yea…not me.
Navy SEAL turned Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw published his first book in April, and I’ll admit, I was nervous going into it.
I could FEEL so much of her personality and heart in this book, and it was the perfect low-stakes teen contemporary I needed this week.
A transition of power so peaceful the incoming and out-coming administrations live together? A dream!
I thoroughly enjoyed it and want to abscond to a bed and breakfast as quickly as possible.
Raise you hand if you didn’t realize this book trilogy was actually about killing God when you read it in the second grade
I’m going to be thinking about this book for a bit, but I don’t think it’ll stick with me forever.
We return to Camelot in this sequel!
This book isn’t going to blow your mind or anything, but it’s not bad. Give it a shot if you liked rich people being weird and off-kilter.
I’m sure I didn’t read BSC as widely as I think I did as a child, but even as a 20-something year old I have such fond memories of those characters,
Here I am again, admitting that I don’t review every book I read even if sometimes I really do mean to, ya know?