Ever had a boyfriend accuse you of being psycho? Send him this book!
It's layers of story, well-developed characters and an engrossing plot that all come together to make each book almost impossible to set down.
While definitely not a light read, Queenie is still lighter than a book on this topic could be. And I believe the book has a lot of value to open reader's eyes about racial divides and mental health.
I went on a girl's trip with my sister this past weekend. And it was glorious. And I read about 2.5 books--and that was just on the plane ride there and back. Yes, flying to San Francisco from Chicago is definitely not a short flight. And I'm fortunate to have a Kindle pre-loaded with all... Continue Reading →
This one got great reviews, Entertainment Weekly ran an incredible review, and this one is even slated to become a TV series with the same production company that made Sharp Objects, my latest obsession.
By the time you read this review, I will be finished with my Christmas shopping!!!! I hope. Because right now it's November and instead of starting it or thinking of it, I spent the afternoon reading The Perfect Liar by Thomas Christopher Greene. Wow, another author I was blown away by and then realized after... Continue Reading →
I loved The Wife Between Us. Like, really loved it. And it was a New York Times best-seller--can't argue with that, huh? So when I saw that Hendricks and Pekkanen had teamed up for another book--An Anonymous Girl, it shot straight to the top of my TBR list. Sometimes I just brace myself for a... Continue Reading →
Normally I'm pretty hard on books. I rarely give 5 stars. And I was explaining this to my husband by saying, "There really isn't a perfect book." Which is true. But he questioned my logic (not the first time that has happened!) And while it's true that there aren't perfect books, I think maybe I... Continue Reading →