Category: Book Reviews

The Anti-Relationship Year by Katie Wismer

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CW: Pregnancy, Pregnancy Termination, Depression Happy Book Birthday to The Anti-Relationship Year!!! Last year, I read and reviewed The Anti-Virginity Pact (TAVP) and wondered then if we would ever see a book with any of the characters from that book again. Well, this year, Katie Wismer has brought us a sequel – that can be […]

Posted 03/30/2021
A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas

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CW: See this book’s trigger warnings on Book Trigger Warnings. All I have to say is WOW. If you’ve read A Court of Thorns and Roses and thought Chapter 55 was steamy… wait until you see pretty much this entire book. For steam/spice, A Court of Silver Flames has nothing on Chapter 55! If you’re […]

Posted 03/29/2021
The Pvritan by Birgitte Märgen

The Pvritan by Birgitte Mär..

CW: The Pvritan contains violence, gore, murder, language, animal death, abuse, suicide, and religion The Pvritan Plot I thought The Pvritan’s plot was both unique and standard. Standard in the sense that it was a typical murder mystery with police detectives featuring as the main characters. Unique in that it used gruesome imagery for the […]

Posted 03/20/2021
Haunting in Old Tailem by Janice Tremayne

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When I saw the cover and the fact that this book can actually be read as a standalone novel, I decided to take a chance on it. I am and am not glad I did. Let’s explore why. The Characters I actually enjoyed the characters in this book. Especially Shamy and Digger. They’re technically supporting […]

Posted 10/05/2020
Atropos by John Japuntich

Atropos by John Japuntich

I chose this book through Reedsy Discovery based solely on the description. I loved the thought of a viral component to gaining immortality as well as becoming infertile. I was curious to see how the world would react to something like that. I wasn’t disappointed. The Virus So what we know about the virus in […]

Posted 09/29/2020
Prophet Reborn by Diane M. Johnson

Prophet Reborn by Diane M. J..

CW: Profanity, death, suicide, violence, religion, religious cult When I read Perfect Prophet last year, I kept hoping there would be a sequel. The book had left off perfectly for a sequel and while I had a feeling there would be one, I wasn’t positive. I was glad I was right. Prophet Reborn picks up a bit after Perfect […]

Posted 08/31/2020
Some Laneys Died by Brooke Skipstone

Some Laneys Died by Brooke S..

CW: Violence, sexual assault, death, animal death, sexual situations, suicide If there is one thing I love, it’s a good mystery. And let me tell you, Some Laneys Died is a good mystery. But it’s not just a mystery. It’s a mystery with a science fiction1 twist to it. What makes this mystery unique is the addition of […]

Posted 08/28/2020
Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi

Emergency Contact by Mary H...

TW: Abuse, Racism, Mommy Issues, Daddy Issues (I’m sorry it’s been a month since I listened to it, so if there are triggers I missed, I’m sorry.) Emergency Contact is the story of Penny and Sam. Neither of them is a particularly likable character. They are seriously messed up. But if I have to choose […]

Posted 05/07/2020
A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

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If there is one thing I do like, it is a good mystery. This one was definitely one of the good ones. The first thing you learn in A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is that Sal Singh killed Andie Bell. At least that’s what everyone in town believes. Except Sal’s family and one other […]

Posted 03/13/2020
5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit by Nicki Koziarz

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Nicki Koziarz wrote 5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit for me. I have a horrible habit of quitting the things I commit to doing. I’ve quit going to my offline book clubs. I’ve quit doing things with my online book clubs. I haven’t been doing things with my blogging groups. About the only […]

Posted 02/28/2020