I read a lot of books, and I love almost all of them. Life is too short to read boring books, so if I'm not enjoying it, I set it down. But some books are more than enjoyable page-turners. These are the books I want discuss, books I want to shove into my friends' hands and… Continue reading Six Books I Can’t Stop Talking About
Zee is a scrappy, nearly six-foot-tall redhead who loves her family fiercely, despite their dysfunctional history. Gentry is her self-described “champion”, a man who hears voices, speaks in Middle English and is building a literal castle. He’s respectfully followed her around (mostly from a distance) for two years, but when Zee’s sister goes missing with… Continue reading Review: The Reckless Oath We Made
This book gets a huge WOW from me. I requested this one on Netgalley simply based on the cover and title. They are both fantastic and drew me right in even though I was a little worried this would end up being a horror novel. I was pleasantly surprised that it really is not. This… Continue reading Review: The Whisper Man
Jaw-droppingly good from start to finish! I’ve never read a Jane Harper book and since her other two are a series, I decided to start with her standalone novel. WOW. From the opening image I felt like I was right there in the dry, dusty Australian outback. We throw around the word “atmospheric” a lot… Continue reading Review: The Lost Man
It’s exquisitely difficult for this book lover to narrow down her favorite books out of the 104 I read in 2018. I certainly don’t feel myself qualified to call any book “The Best.” Instead, here are the ten books I’ve talked most about this year, the ones I’ve raved about to anyone who will listen. These are the books that swept me away, the ones I keep thinking about months later.