Hope Has Two Daughters by Monia Mazigh is a beautifully written historical fiction. This novel is set in Tunisia and follows Nadia and her daughter Lila - these two women's stories are intertwined over generations (1980s and 2010s) that will leave you feeling breathless. Riots, studying Arabic, family tensions and drama all drive this story… Continue reading #BookReview Hope Has Two Daughters by Monia Mazigh
Oblivion by Kelly Creagh was a dark, twisted, must-read YA novel. I'm heart broken because I'm pretty sure this novel was the finale of this series. While I hope Kelly Creagh continues this universe on into more books, I highly doubt she will due to the way the story ended. There were still many questions… Continue reading #BookReview Oblivion by Kelly Creagh
So Much Love by Rebecca Rosenblum is a different look at the typical murder/kidnap storyline. This book is an interesting read, and I wasn't entirely sure what I thought about it that I had to sit on the story for quite a few days. There are multiple storylines, and not all are equal. The perspectives… Continue reading #BookReview So Much Love by Rebecca Rosenblum
Dedication of a Lifetime by Tamsen Parker I'm torn - I don't know how to feel about this story. I enjoyed it, but at the same time I was hoping for a little bit...more? Let me explain - I have many points! 1. I love Tamsen Parker and her writing style - she matches with… Continue reading #BookReview Rogue Affair by Adriana Anders, Tamsen Parker and more!
Dancing with Fireflies by Clemens Carl Schoenebeck This memoir is a beautiful retelling of the author's life - specifically how it was to live with a mother with schizophrenia. Mental Illness is a big part of today's society - mainly because people have finally accepted that mental health is a big issue, bigger than people… Continue reading #BookReview – Dancing with Fireflies by Clemens Carl Schoenebeck
So Near the Horizon by Jessica Koch is a sweet, simple, romance read. There WILL be spoilers in this review, so beware! Romance seems to be a hit and miss genre - there are FANTASTIC novels, and there are HORRIBLE novels. So Near the Horizon, on the spectrum, is just below fantastic. This story starts… Continue reading #BookReview So Near the Horizon by Jessica Koch