#BookReview The Underground Toy Society: You’re the Illustrator by Jessica D. Adams

The Underground Toy Society: You’re The Illustrator by Jessica D. Adams is a delightful book to pick up if you are seeking some activities for your children.

This series is one of my guilty pleasures. It’s simplistic yet genius, cute yet versatile and just all around awesome. Instead of just a story, this time we have a full out book where you can colour and illustrate the story! I think this is wicked smart and such a fun idea. I would have loved activity books themed to books I love when I was a kid. But, alas, I am an adult now so I must indulge in my childhood fantasies through book reviewing.

This book has some excellent colouring opportunities with the awesome characters being made black and white for your colouring pleasure! There’s also cool pages where you get to add features and details to some of the pictures to spice it up.

The plot is also awesome – it’s introducing The Underground Toy Society but in a more interactive way.

Fans of this series, and fans of activity books, will love this incredible addition to The Underground Toy Society series by Jessica D. Adams. I highly recommend it to bring some fun to you and your children’s lives.

Five out of five stars.

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#BookReview Two Mothers by K. Kris Loomis

Two Mothers is a horrifyingly great book by K. Kris Loomis. It features postpartum depression across generations, with two women (who become Mothers) being connected despite being many years apart.

The first chapter alone having a 15 year old giving birth but potentially having to give that child up is… intriguing. It draws you in and makes you question what’s going on in the book. Then we move to Anna, who seems to be a Mother going through lots of confusion, stress and grief. She doesn’t seem to know what to do with a baby, which has me even more curious on how this book will progress.

There are some goofy, punny jokes in there too that makes this book a little more light-hearted. It’s not dark and suspicious all the time, which is also a nice touch. It makes this book more readable! I like it!

The change between first and third person also makes this book rather spooky. The entire book had me questioning reality, much like I did when reading The Turn of the Screw. I really liked that aspect of the book, because you didn’t really know what was going on until you read the entire thing and connected the dots.

I do love a K. Kris Loomis book. There’s always something unique about them. Psychological horror and fiction is always done right by this author, just saying. They sit up high on my top reads book shelf and I will continue to recommend and enjoy them. I highly recommend this little novella if you are seeking a quick horror read that makes you think.

Five out of five stars.

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#BookReview 100 Tiny Tales by K. Kris Loomis

This book features one hundred drabbles (stories with one hundred words) by K. Kris Loomis. I had never heard of a drabble before, but man does it sound tough! How does one write a story and perfectly sum it up in one hundred words?! I’m awful at describing myself in little words, so kudos to K. Kris Loomis for making it possible! It’s a real feat!

These stories are really short (well, obviously. One hundred words isn’t actually a lot – it’s just a few paragraphs worth at most!) but they really pack a punch! My favourites include: “The Perfect Ring” with the surprise ending I didn’t see coming, “The Sentry” that reminded me of our former neighbourhood cat and my numerous reactions to him, and “A Knock” where the Grim Reaper makes a mistake (I actually laughed out loud at this one).

Despite the length of these stories, I felt like I related to them (and sometimes wanted a little more!). “She Was Going Dancing” packs a lot of parental disappointment in such a small story. “A Night at the Theatre” had me shivering because I knew what would come next. “I Know He Loves Me” highlights the pain of a woman in a tough situation. “Phobias” highlights Santa Claus at a doctor’s office. “Flowers” had me cringing for the poor lead man. “The Wedding” just broke my heart! “A Great House” left me feeling spooked. “The Flight” reminded me of my childhood. “Kiss a Frog” takes a twist on an old fairy tale. And those are just some of the many stories!

There’s so many good stories in this bunch! There’s at least one that you’ll enjoy. Anthologies like this are always so much fun, especially since they’re quick and easy to read, yet just as easy to jump back into. I also love that there’s so much hinted at – you can just imagine what would go down next. Creativity and imagination are great aspects of drabbles!

This lovely anthology shows how strong K. Kris Loomis is with her craft. She’s a real master of writing, so if you get the chance… pick this book up! It’s well worth the read!

Five out of five stars!

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#BookReview Snowbound (Milligan Creek #5) by Kevin Milligan

There is nothing I love more than another Milligan Creek book!

I can’t express how pumped I was when I heard there was another book coming from Kevin Miller. The Milligan Creek series is one of my top middle grade series EVER (and yeah, that’s a big deal – I read a lot) so I absolutely needed to get my hands on this book. AND I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED!

This is a Canadian winter themed book with more shenanigans from our favourite group of kooky Canadian children. This time Chad, Dean, Andrew and Matt are getting into some hijinks with a snow maze. Yeah, a snow maze. I always wanted to try to build an igloo growing up here in the Great North, but when we did get enough snow we were always stuck in school. What a bummer. But these guys? THEY GET TO LIVE MY CHILDHOOD DREAM!

Anywho, away from my excitement. Welcome back to Milligan Creek folks! You get welcomed with a suspenseful opening, following the not-so-bright Dewey Biggs. He’s stolen a vehicle and has made a friend out of a moose. Well, not really. He hit a moose, but you get the point. He also says the most Canadian thing to come out of a book character’s mouth in a while, “Stupid defrost.”

Jump to the boys – it’s wintertime and what better thing for a group of boys to do than build a snowman fortress? With snowmobiles, skiing, snow blindness and other winter fun about, you might as well build your own version of Elsa’s castle. It’s pretty much law for kids in Canada at this point. They are determined to build the ultimate snow fortress, but what they don’t realize is they are going to be pulled into a thrilling ride when the chase for Dewey heads their way.

What other great points are there that I don’t want to give away but also want to mention?

  1. Yellow snow jokes
  2. Waterloo by ABBA
  3. The definition of liability in a kids book (like seriously, I’m impressed)
  4. Has anyone else made the goofy comment about turning into a popsicle when they are too cold? Just me and this book? Ok.
  5. A thrilling rescue!

Overall, this book is hilarious, witty and stupidly smart. It’s so much fun and everything I want in a middle grade novel. This series keeps bringing me joy and I seriously need it to find more readers. More people need to have the fun and love I have for this series, because it’s a hidden gem!

Five out of five stars!

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#BookReview Hidden by Catherine McKenzie

Hidden by Catherine McKenzie was the most surprising book of the year – it 200% exceeded my expectations!

If you haven’t read this book, I’d highly recommend it. This contemporary novel follows the death of a man and the fallout that ensues. Jeff steps into the street (with his eyes closed, bad decision on his part) and is killed. His wife and son along with his co-workers must come to accept his death and unravel a big secret he left behind.

There is lots of drama in this book – cheating, big life decisions like changing jobs, following dreams and dealing with past mistakes. Claire, Jeff’s wife, used to date Jeff’s brother. When he left for Australia and broke up with Claire, suddenly feelings were developing between the now married couple. Claire and Jeff have a son, Seth, and end up experiencing a miscarriage when they try for a second child. Jeff always seems to compare himself to his brother and has his doubts about Claire’s love. When Claire kisses Tim (her ex/Jeff’s brother) Jeff goes on a bit of a spiral – in secret, of course.

Tish is Jeff’s coworker. She works in HR and ends up helping him out during the firing that occurs just before he dies. The two of them went on a work trip together, and it’s always hinted that there might be something more between them. Once Jeff dies, Claire goes on the hunt to see if this relationship existed.

The big theme of this book seems to be surrounding the concept of not knowing a secret or a bad thing can keep you innocent. Claire would have been devastated to know her dead husband cheated on her. Was it better to keep it in the dark? Would she have liked it better to know he was faithful or that he cheated? This final question is left up to the reader after the final chapter. Along the way, I kept going back and forth on whether I believed anything happened. The book does give the reader a concrete answer on this.

My personal opinions:

1. I don’t like Tish. I’m not sure if Catherine meant for us to hate her, but I definitely did not like her. She goes to the funeral and makes Claire’s life miserable. That woman didn’t need to do this! Why in the world would you go out of your way to hurt a grieving widow?! She also seems rather clueless about her own daughter. There is a side of me that feels bad about her, but MAN I still dislike her. In the end, I believe she’s the type of woman who is incredibly selfish. She did and didn’t do something major plot points for her own well-being. No where does it say she did it for the well being of Claire, Seth, her husband, Jeff or her own daughter.

2. Jeff’s a dumb man. He’s also a jerk. Mainly because he’s self-conscious about his relationship, so he should have gotten some major therapy for that. If you’re so concerned that you’re wife used to date your brother, maybe don’t marry her? After his wife’s miscarriage he didn’t seem that supportive either, but that’s my own personal opinion on how it was written. Also, who walks with their eyes closed into a street?

3. In the end, Claire should have run off into the sunset with Tim. I think she would have been much happier with him, especially after reading all of Jeff’s short comings. Maybe that’s the inner romance reader in me…

I might seem to have many negatives about this book, BUT IT IS STILL SO GOOD. I was hooked on every word and needed to know how the book ended. It was compelling and intriguing. I cannot recommend it enough.

The book does seem to be a “you love it or you don’t” sort of novel with other reviewers, so reader beware! Either way, I enjoyed it! And that is what counts.

Final question: Did Claire ever join her sister in a joint law firm? I NEED TO KNOW. CATHERINE, HIT ME UP GIRL!

Five out of five stars.

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#BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan

Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan is the dark, mythic novel I’ve been searching for.

Do you remember back in English class where they said don’t use words in the sentence to describe the sentence? Well, I’m gonna break that rule. This book FELT gothic. It gave me goth vibes in so many ways, and somehow Urban Gothic fit the book just right.

The writing is tremendous. I felt whisked away and enchanted, unable to pull myself from the beautiful writing in this book. It felt like artwork, which I can’t always say for reading (yeah, yeah… I know… writing is an art… hush now).

Our lead Alec works in a hospital as a cleaner (but used to be a Medical Technician – what a down grade. That majorly sucks). His past trauma weighs down on him and makes it impossible for him to truly experience his life and dreams. We open on his walking about, and suddenly he sees a woman and three men. It’s not looking good for the lady, so he kills those three wicked attackers, and then tries to save our lady Veleda. She’s quite mystical and fantastical, making Alec’s life forever changed. He chooses to go on quite the adventure with her, and disappear into a world of gothic insanity.

The dreamscape and the other realm with different people (and their kooky abilities) was so cool. It’s one of those unique imaginative ideas that you’ve probably dreamed about and wanted to write about, but never did. It gave me those dreamy vibes and made me just so impressed. The story really pulled me in, and I am totally enchanted by Stephen’s writing and ideas. Like, I can’t express it enough. The descriptions alone gave me wonderful and intense images in my head. I love this! It’s so cool! The story is so good at whisking the reader away.

But that’s just me – me and my nostalgic love of gothic reading. It gave me dark Alice in Wonderland vibes, mixed with Donnie Darko and Rocky Horror-esque niche-ness.

There’s also a fair amount of action throughout the pages. I loved the mix of dramatic story telling and thrills packed tight in this story. It’s just enough to pull you along but also keep you intrigued.

Ah, I love this.

Five out of five stars.

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#BookReview Breakfast at Bronzefield by Sophie Campbell

Breakfast at Bronzefield is one of the best books I’ve read this year. No jokes. No lies.

It’s one of those books that opens you up to a world you might have heard of, but never really truly knew about before. I’ve watched Orange is the New Black, and have heard all of the stories from shows and books like it, but Sophie’s first hand account opened my eyes up so much. Seriously, it’s not the fun and cutesy stuff Orange brings you in the show (although, it is still an excellent show so I’m not hating on it).

Sophie is a real woman who was in a women’s prison, and man does her story shed a different light on the “correction” facilities. By the sounds of it, we can hardly call them correction facilities anymore, but that’s a topic for another day (or for this book, let’s be honest).

This book recounts Sophie’s tales as a black woman in the Britain’s justice system. Women’s prisons aren’t the campy fun that some television shows might have you believe. The news doesn’t do it justice either. Correctional officers and probation officers aren’t always out there to protect these ladies, and inmates don’t always get treated the way they should. The food isn’t great, when they can get it. The activities are limited, and they’re lucky to get them most of the time, especially if the officer or recreation assistant running it doesn’t like them (for who knows what reason). Even then, once they are no longer inmates, it isn’t easy for them to get back on their feet. The programs provided don’t always help or have the best interests of these ladies in mind.

This book is honest, real and raw. It made me think a lot and wonder how the system got so corrupt. If we’re trying to help people get ‘better’ or learn from their ‘mistakes’, why are we so harsh? Is there not better ways? It’s mind blowing. The system we’ve been told is supposed to help and do good is quite corrupt.

Overall, the honesty and accuracy of this account is so mind boggling. While I’m not surprised, I also totally was. Sophie’s accounts felt so real, and brought some new light to my eyes. More stories like these need to be told, and then maybe the system will change. That’s a tall order, but it’s possible – it just might take a very long time.

Five out of five stars.

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#BookReview After the Kick by Savannah Adams

This book is amazing, for many reasons, but here is just a few:
1. It continues to awesome sports romance series The Inman Brothers by Savannah Adams
2. Kick butt female lead who worked her butt off to become a football player in a male league
3. It’s Savannah Adams, so yeah. It’s fabulous.

I absolutely love this series. It’s soft, sweet and sporty all at the same time. It’s hard to find contemporary sports romances that don’t go into crazy hardcore romance, so this book is such a hidden diamond in the rough! I love it!

This time we meet Cooper, the youngest Inman brother. The poor kicker is struggling and is trying to gain respect in the Football world (also, yay Canadian league!). Then we have Mary Claire, who is an incredible woman “in a man’s world”. These two make quite the pair, and will make your heart swell as you read on. Especially since most of the football players did not want to welcome a girl into the mix, but man is she too good to miss. But these two love birds are both trying out for the same team… This could get messy!

Also, Boots the cat. I love it.

And, ventriloquism. Because, why not?

I absolutely love this series. I highly recommend it for those looking for a sweet yet soft romance with lots of fluff and no sex. It’s a clean romance that will still make your heart beat so fast and have you loving each and every second.

Five out of five stars.

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#BookReview You’re Doing Great!: And Other Reasons to Stay Alive by Tom Papa

I discovered Tom Papa when he was on Joe Rogan’s podcast, and I instantly loved his humour. When I saw that he had a book coming out, I was thrilled! Not only was I looking for more comedy books but I could support one awesome comedian! And luckily, I was not disappointed! This book is incredibly amusing and super fun.

This book is a collection of silly stories from Tom’s past. It’s funny, light hearted and made me smile throughout. There’s also a really positive message about how we’re all going our best and doing a great job. Life isn’t easy, and some of these stories go over how it isn’t (but make it way more fun sounding) but it points out that life is a series of obstacles that we can make the best of.

Tom weaves his stories to make them enjoyable, easy to follow and addicting to read. I was shocked how fast I got this book done! I couldn’t put the book down and I found myself re-reading some of the stories because they were so good, so funny and just made me feel good. I wish self help books were as fun as this.

I will definitely be keeping my copy and sharing it with all of my friends. This book made me feel so good! It’s a light, fun read that you can either binge or just read in a series of short tales.

Five out of five stars!

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#BookReview The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

The Hate U Give is a powerful and moving novel, that is an essential read (in my humble opinion).

YA is powerful. It used to just be my escape from the world, back when I was in high school. I was lifted away to fantastical realms where the girls were in love triangles and were “special”. Their love interests were vampires, werewolves or sorcerers and the girls were fairies or the chosen ones. Nowadays, we still have those escapism books but YA tackles the tough issues too. I went into this book based on a recommendation from my little sister (it is her favourite book and she wants me to watch the movie), and I knew it would be a smash if she loved it.

So, the actual story: Starr lives in a poor neighbourhood but gets to go to a fancy prep school. One night, she goes to a party where shots start ringing. Her old bestie, Khalil, helps her escape and they get into his car. As they drive off, cops pull them over. This isn’t good, because we all know how some white cops get when they pull over people of colour. And, to no one’s surprise, this cop is just like “those cops”. Khalil, unarmed and just trying to check on his friend, gets murdered cold blood. This ignites a war in the city, one that will leave you breathless and heartbroken.

This book opened my eyes a lot. It has a strong voice and makes you see things you might not have seen before. You see everything on the news and you know not every story is accurate. There are fifty sides to every story and you don’t get to hear all of one side. This book did that for me. As a reader, we get to see all of one side and all of the reactions and consequences of one person’s decision.

My emotions were all over the place with this book. You feel so whimsical at times, seeing Starr and her relationship and feelings. She’s your typical teenage girl experiencing life. And then you hear about the horrors of her life, and you feel empathy and just want to give her a hug. But then there’s the brutality, and your heart aches and you get angry over how things are going down. Why aren’t there consequences for these things? Why does none of it make sense?

Even the side story of the racism among friends hurt my soul. I was so confused on the other girl’s perspective on why she was right, yet I know there are people like that out there. It wasn’t just one out of tune joke, it was many.

This book is 100% worth your time. It is a longer book (almost 500 pages, wow. And I binged that in a day!) and that is the only negative I could see – it’ll take a while to read. That being said, it’s an important story and there isn’t anything I would remove from this book. It’s just the perfect length and gives enough information to make you understand all of this story.

As I said, YA is powerful. Having YA introduce and discuss these topics is a thing of wonder. Literature is powerful and it’s giving people a voice. A voice that may not be able to be shared without these forms of mediums. Thank you Angie Thomas for sharing an important story and making it so well written and so darn good. Now give me more books like this, ASAP!

Also: Tupac being the one to inspire this title blew my mind. I never connected the dots until the book pointed it out! I’m impressed x5.

Five out of five stars.

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