Today, to save time and mental energy, I’m going to be doing 3 mini reviews for books I talked about during the 2021 Booklist Read n Rave Panel!
I haven’t read anything else by Leigh Bardugo, but this book was definitely a 5-star read for me.
How did I miss To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and it’s two sequels for so long? How did they never end up on my TBR pile until TATBILB hit Netflix and I binge-watched it TWICE in one day.
Final Girls meets The Storied Life of AJ Fikry when a death at this Colorado bookstore leads one bookseller into questions of her past, puzzles within cut-up books, and an answer to the tragedy that has haunted her for life.
Eliza’s kind of a big deal online, as in web-comic famous, but no one knows who she really is. Until she mets Wallace: a real-life friend, and maybe more, who doesn’t yet know how that the creator of the web comic he writes fanfiction for is sitting right next to him at the lunch table
Stay atop of your reading challenges, slay your TBR pile, and check off this prompt on the BookRiot Read Harder challenge by reading a children’s classic published before 1980
If Oprah picked it as her book club selection it has to be great, right? Right.
The world of Three Dark Crowns is back with this prequel novella that gives us insight into the lives of the three queens before they had to start attempting to kill each other.
The Power, explores what we think we know about gender roles, the human body and the human condition, and imagines a world you want to read more and more about.
I love a good domestic noir novel, and Lies She Told is the perfect read for writers! Liza is a “romantic suspense” writer, which basically means she writes domestic noir, and she is under pressure from her editor to write a new book, and a successful one at that, in 30 days to make upContinue reading “Lies She Told”
It’s a normal day at the zoo until it’s shots ring out and there are bodies on the ground and suddenly its a matter of life and death
A man and his three sons move into The Gardens, and nothing is ever the same again. The Goldens pull their neighbors into their circle, full of intrigue and namelessness and the mysteries of their past that they cannot escape. The story is moderated, and that really is the best way to describe it, byContinue reading “The Golden House”