Miriam Sved’s A Universe of Sufficient Size is a captivating story touching on family, friendship and sacrifice. This book was quite entrancing, slowly pulling me into pages. I will be honest, at the first half of the book I found myself wanting to dive into the 1938 chapters, keeping my eye out for any moreContinue reading “A Universe of Sufficient Size”
There are not enough words in the English language – screw it, any language for the matter – that can describe how much joy reading this book has brought me. Albeit I have taken my time with reading it, my copy sitting on my desk for a couple of months; just watching me, waiting for me to pick it up and just devour it.
If I could compile a list of books for my younger self to read, this book would be at the top of the list. I read through this one so fast, barely wanted to put it down. The writing, the characters.. I simply love every single thing about All American Muslim Girl. All American MuslimContinue reading “All American Muslim Girl”
We Died In Water is a bewitching poetical memoir that forces the reader to fully grasp the journey enclosed – both the heartache and learning that comes about from a relationship.
by Gaby Dunn | Pub Date: 08 Oct 2019 I RECEIVED AN ARC FOR THIS BOOK. A dark and captivating rendition of Supergirl ! This graphic novel follows the uncertain navigation of Reporter Intern Madison Jackson through her first big murder lead, relationships, feelings and family drama. I loved the art style and the colours so much!Continue reading “Bury The Lede”
I received an ARC from NETGALLEY in exchange for an honest review. What do you need? What are you looking for? Nothing Everything Author: Trista Mateer Publisher: Central Avenue & Publisher Publish date: 01/10/2019 Pages: 175 Though I have not read other works by Mateer, this one really blew me away. To be completely honest,Continue reading “Aphrodite Made Me Do It”
I received an ARC for this book. “The truth was everywhere. It was in everything. You only had to open your eyes to see it.” Thank you to Netgalley and publisher for providing me with a digital ARC! This is my first book by Adrienne Young and thought I had mixed feelings about it atContinue reading “The Girl the Sea Gave Back”
What are the dead, anyway, but waves and energy? Light shining from a dead star? I’ve seen this book worshipped by the “dark academia” fanatics on tumblr. I definitely have heard of Donna Tartt’s talent of attracting a reader like a magnet, inticing in a very eloquent way. Despite all of this, I wasn’t preparedContinue reading “The Secret History”
If you’re looking for a light rom-com book that pulls you out of a reading slump, look no further! Beatrix “Bea” Babbage is a bookworm who moves away from her home to a different city to start a new life — following a ruined celebration — and finds exactly that. This was a I bookContinue reading “While You Were Reading”
Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine – and so am I. Having heard so much praise about this book, I wondered why I couldn’t just pick it up and read it. I believe that WHEN you read a certain book can affect the type of impact it has on our souls. I started reading this lovely,Continue reading “Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine”