Tag: Book Review

  • Wrong to Need You: A Spoiler Free Review

    Wrong to Need You: A Spoiler Free Review

    Alisha Rai delivered again. Wrong to Need You was a fantastic follow up to one of my favorite books of 2017. I will forever and always appreciate Rai’s stories with main characters dealing with mental health issues and finding love because we deserve that. I am also here for female friendship and sisterhood. So shout […]

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  • Defenseless: A Spoiler Free Review

    Defenseless: A Spoiler Free Review

    Defenseless by Elizabeth Dyer surprised me by how much I enjoyed it. I was fortunate enough to get this ARC from Netgalley and I procrastinated reading it because… Well, I don’t know, actually, because I loved it. I don’t understand why I can read romantic suspense, but thrillers keep throwing me off. Anyway, I’m getting […]

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  • Stay With Me Review & Discussion

    Stay With Me Review & Discussion

    Stay With Me by Ayobami Adebayo was the Storytime with Squibbles Book Club pick for October and it was long-listed for the Bailey’s Prize. It was also a fascinating story that made me think, which means you get a book review that is spoiler free and then we’ll move into a discussion section because I […]

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  • Touch of Red: A Spoiler Free Review

    Touch of Red: A Spoiler Free Review

    Touch of Red by Laura Griffin is actually the twelfth book of the Tracers series, but you do not need to have read all of the books in the series to dive in because each book can be read as a standalone. However, you will miss seeing glimpses of some of your favorite couples if […]

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  • Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel Review

    Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel Review

    One of the things everyone loves about Anne of Green Gables is how beautifully (and dramatically) Anne narrates the scenery of the nature in Avonlea and her own life. This graphic novel, edited by Kendra Phipps and Erika Kuster and illustrated by Mariah Marsden and Brenna Thrumler brings Anne of Green Gables to life in […]

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  • The Windfall: A Spoiler Free Review

    The Windfall: A Spoiler Free Review

    First of all, I’m so proud of this picture so I really need you all to fawn over my photography skills for me (even though it’s not at all technically great). Secondly, this book was fascinating. Essentially, it’s a book about Mr. and Mrs. Jha who are moving from their solidly middle class neighborhood to […]

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  • Landslide: True Stories Spoiler Free Review

    Landslide: True Stories Spoiler Free Review

    I’m just going to provide you with the Goodreads blurb for Landslide, because I honestly have no idea how to blurb essay collections. Minna Proctor’s LANDSLIDE is a charismatic, darkly funny collection of linked essays which primarily explore the author’s complicated relationship with her mother, who was diagnosed with cancer at age 57 and died […]

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  • Dress Codes for Small Towns Spoiler Free Review

    Dress Codes for Small Towns Spoiler Free Review

    Dress Codes for Small Towns by Courtney Stevens released today and I was lucky enough to receive an Advance Reader Copy (ARC) from Jamie on Twitter, so shout out to Jamie for being the best! I am so excited to write this review for you all because this book was incredible. There are so many […]

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  • Queens of Geek is my Queen

    Queens of Geek is my Queen

    Look, idk why this title is the title I picked, but Wix tells me to pick an engaging title so HERE WE ARE. But for real, Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde is an amazing book and I adore it so much. Here’s a picture of Queens of Geek with lyrics from my real life […]

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  • A Book in which Samantha Brinkman Throws Morality and Professional Responsibility Out the Window

    A Book in which Samantha Brinkman Throws Morality and Professional Responsibility Out the Window

    Let me begin by apologizing for the late post and follow up that apology with another apology because I’m about to tell you about a book that the more I think about it the more annoyed I get. You may have noticed that I’ve been studying to take the Bar Exam, which is both why […]

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