I've reviewed two books by Pauline Gedge, Child of the Morning and The Twelfth Transforming. I disliked Child of the Morning so much that I didn't even finish it while The Twelfth Transforming, on the other hand, is currently my favorite Egyptian historical fiction book of all time... clearly my love for Gedge's work varies … Continue reading Book Review for “House of Dreams” by Pauline Gedge
We've made it through another month in this weird Covid-19 world! I hope that all of you are healthy and doing well. April was a good month but I'm glad that it's over because that means we're closer to life getting back to normal. I don't have a ton of posts planned out for May … Continue reading April Wrap Up!
*This book was sent to me for review. All opinions are my own. I'm not the biggest fan of the thriller genre but when L. A. Detwiler reached out to me about reviewing her book, The Serial Killer's Daughter, I was intrigued. The synopsis sounded interesting so I decided to give it a chance. Did … Continue reading Book Review for “The Diary of a Serial Killer’s Daughter” by L.A. Detwiler
My journey into the past is complete now that I've finished reading Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer. This is the fourth book in the Twilight saga. I have reviewed the other three and I recommend reading those posts before this one. This review will have spoilers. Let's get into the synopsis! Synopsis: "Don't be afraid," … Continue reading Bonus Post! A Nostalgic Book Review for “Breaking Dawn” by Stephenie Meyer
I'm in a group on Facebook dedicated to Crescent City by Sarah J. Maas. In the group, somebody posted about an amazing book they had read, From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout. They were so excited about it that I had to read it. I knew nothing about this author and went into … Continue reading Book Review for “From Blood and Ash” by Jennifer L. Armentrout