See What I Have Done by Sarah Schmidt See What I Have Done is a new retelling of the fascinating story of Lizzie Borden. Lizzie Borden was accused of killing her father and step mother in 1892 when they were both found at home, massacred. Lizzie Borden was acquitted after the jury decided the evidence against her … Continue reading See What I Have Done | Review
Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie On the destination setting of the Nile, a young woman, newly married, is murdered. The ever present Hercule Poirot takes the case and catches the killer using his usual method of looking at the psychology of the facts. This was one of my picks for my summer reading challenge … Continue reading Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie | Quick Review
In her book Why I Am Not a Feminist: A Feminist Manifesto Jessa Crispin claims that she is not a feminist... and then continues to talk about the importance of feminism...
Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab August and Kate's battle to win back Verity from the monsters comes to fruition in the second book of the Monsters of Verity duology. Kate, living in Prosperity after the awful events that occurred in Verity, still fights to take back the world from the monster threat. August, still … Continue reading Our Dark Duet | A Review
I really enjoyed this book. It had all the aspects of a typical apocalyptic-survival story plus the added science fiction twist... and I love science fiction. Read more...
In the second book of Cassandra Clare's new series, The Dark Artifices, Emma Carstairs and Julian Blackthorn are dealing with the after affects of Malcolm's betrayal. The LA Institute is swarming with Centurions while the Blackthorns and Emma try to deal with what comes next...
Inferno by Dan Brown In the fourth installment of his Robert Langdon series, Dan Brown gives his readers a brand new mystery to dive into. Waking up in a hospital in Italy, Robert Langdon has no memory of how or why he is there when he finds a small object in his Harris tweed to unlock … Continue reading Inferno by Dan Brown | Review
A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas In the final book of Sarah J. Maas's fantastic new series A Court of Thorns and Roses, our heroine Feyre's journey comes to an end. First entering the Fae world as a punishment, Feyre becomes one of those mystical beings herself. Having fought Amarantha Under the Mountain … Continue reading A Court of Wings and Ruin | Review
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has published her second short work on feminism in the form of a letter to a dear friend. She responds to the question that her friend asks "How do I raise my daughter a feminist?" Like her first work on the subject, We Should All Be Feminists, Adichie shares her beliefs on feminism … Continue reading Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions | A Review
GENRE: DRAMA, SUSPENSE RATING: ★★.5 It's a normal day for Clay Jensen, that is, until he comes home to find a strange box containing cassette tapes. Cassette tapes? What's stranger is what those tapes contain—13 reasons why Hannah Baker killed herself. The young adult reading community has been buzzing for years now about Jay Asher's book … Continue reading 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher | (A Very Biased) Review