The book also captured the 70's well, and gave me that groovy vibe I was so hoping for when I picked it up.
Today is one of those dreamy weekend days where all I have planned all afternoon is to lie on a couch or bed with a book in hand and veg out. And (obviously) blog a bit. But mostly just hang out. I have nowhere to go, no deadlines to meet, and my only aspirations for... Continue Reading →
The Broken Girls was my February 2018 Book of the Month Selection. And ya'll...I read it during the month of February! When does that EVER happen? And guess what? That means that you can still get it...for free! They are running a special right now! When you sign up for Book of the Month, use... Continue Reading →
I think the first book I ever read by Chris Bohjalian was The Double Bind. It was back in my stint as a Community Relations Manager at Barnes & Noble. My district manager had read the book and wanted each and every employee in his district to read the book so we could hand sell... Continue Reading →
If I have to be honest, I would tell you that I wasn't sure if The Immortalists was a book for me. It sounded kind of interesting, but also kind of hokey and I just wasn't sure it it was really my cup of tea. I did end up picking it up because I'd seen... Continue Reading →
5 stars you say, eh? But seriously, I devoured this book and loved it from beginning to end. I don't think there is anything bad I have to say about it! The critics loved it too: "A tour-de-force" Kirkus (starred review) "Hannah vividly evokes the natural beauty and danger of Alaska and paints a compelling... Continue Reading →
"The firemen said there were little fires everywhere...Multiple points of origin. Possible use of accelerant. Not an accident." --Little Fires Everywhere I love this book. And no, it wasn't suspense. But I think it was possibly my other favorite genre which I'll just go ahead and call nostalgic fiction. Or maybe it's not nostalgia, but... Continue Reading →