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Book Review: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Rating 4/5 Book Review I saw The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo literally everywhere, but avoided it incessantly. It seemed like a book I wouldn’t particularly like. Typically, books about movie stars don’t make my short list. However, I stumbled upon it in my Scribd library, and thought, well…might as well give it a…

Book Review: An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

“What is reality except for the things that people universally experience the same way?” Book Rating 4.25/5 Book Review An Absolutely Remarkable Thing had a strikingly original idea, or maybe I just haven’t read enough science fiction! I loved the narrator, April May, although sometimes she infuriated me. But at least she knew it. The…

Book Review: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager

Nature heals, Emma. I firmly believe that. Book Rating 5/5 Book Review The Last Time I Lied is absolutely a delight to read. Sager, once again, hits it out of the park with this book. I’m going to have to pay very close attention to this author; he might be becoming one of my favorites.…

Book Review: Ghosted by Rosie Walsh

Book Review 4.5/5 Book Rating Ghosted is a modern twist on the psychological twisty thrillers! I absolutely loved this book. At first, I didn’t think it was something that I’d truly enjoy, but once I cracked this book open, I couldn’t stop! I stayed up past 1 AM in order to get further into it,…

Book Review: The Punch Escrow by Tal M. Klein

Teleportation is the safest form of transportation. Book Rating 4/5 Book Review Wow! I am blown away by The Punch Escrow. This is, self described, as a “hard” science fiction novel. I think, after reading this and Dark Matter, I am a “hard” sci fi fan. I have loved both of the hard sci fi…

Book Review: The Broken Girls by Simone St. James

GOOD NIGHT GIRL Book Rating 3/5/5 Book Review **This book is not released until March 20, 2018. I recommend a pre-order now!** The Broken Girls contained the perfect amount of creepy, suspenseful, and delightful! I loved it. A mix of an old haunted boarding school, recent murders, and a journalist determined to track down some…

Book Review: The Power by Naomi Alderman

The shape of power is always the same; it is the shape of a tree. Root to tip, central trunk branching and re-branching, spreading wider in ever-thinner, searching fingers. Book Rating 4.5/5 Book Review Woah, woah, woah. My mind is reeling. I am…dare I say…shooketh!? The world Naomi Alderman builds in The Power is, in…