I never hesitate to re-read a good book and these are all titles I would pack in my carry-on to read again!Read More
Ok, so just go ahead and pick your judgment up off the table and hide it in your pocket or purse or wherever because this book is actually a hilarious piece of chick lit.Read More
Ed Kennedy is a good for nothing slacker who knows it. He tolerates his idiot best friend, is hopelessly in love with his one female friend, and remains staunchly loyal to his sewage scented dog. Ed's life takes a turn for the dramatic when he accidentally stops a bank robbery. A playing card shows up in his mailbox the next day. Ed is now a messenger. Its up to him to figure out the message and deliver it with care or courage (or sometimes his fists).Read More
This book is light and fun and had just the predictable ending I look for in my rom com type novels.
Will You Won't You Want Me? stars Marjorie, a former popular girl who peaked at 17 and is struggling to turn things around in her late twenties. Life forces her out of Manhattan into Brooklyn while simultaneously forcing her to reevaluate her life.Read More
I'll start by saying that this book is an absolute DELIGHT. Prepare yourself to fall in love with a ragtag crew of misfits linked together in the most unexpected ways.Read More
A twenty something year old named Mae is hired at a tech company called The Circle aka Google. Mae gets sucked in by the beautifully perfect life The Circle offers its workers. Then she gets sucked waaaay into a huge scandal that is actually the author's commentary on the eventual death to privacy via social media and Big Brother type surveillance.Read More
This book is like the end of goldilocks and the three bears . . . its not too sad, not too happy, but just right.Read More
Alison and Kyle are Midwestern on again off again high school sweethearts turned college sweethearts turned star crossed lovers. I sucked this story down like an In-N-Out chocolate milk shake. HOWEVER, I feel it my duty to warn you (I'm referring to the general "you" aka my small yet dedicated audience) that this book is not for those looking for the perfect happy ending.Read More
Sarah received a slave for her eleventh birthday. Neither little girl could anticipate the way in which their relationship would shape their futures.Read More
8th Harry Potter Book !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have no words. Just punctuation.Read More
MOVIE ADAPTATION OF ME BEFORE YOU! In theaters June 3.
P.S. I'm already kind of crying (100% crying) watching the trailer.Read More
Each chapter depicts the parallel stories of a blind, Parisian girl and a German Nazi Youth. Anthony Doerr's writing is emotional and strikingly real. It's as if each important detail is a flower and Doerr takes the time to gently water it so the petals unfurl one by one.Read More
Lisbeth Salander hates men who hate women and children. She has no patience for the law and tends to take matters into her own hands. Mikael Blomkvist is a renowned newspaper journalist who operates with integrity. Together, Salander and Blomkvist unravel a scandal involving the NSA, a high level tech company, an artificial intelligence expert, and a sophisticated criminal organization.Read More
This book is set in 1963 small town Mississippi. It stars Starla Claudelle, a 9 year old spit fire with red hair and a personality to match.Read More
Hoffman weaves history, magic, mythology, and religion into an inspiring novel.Read More
Reading the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy is like peeling back the wrapper on a chocolate bar and taking a big, satisfying, fantasy filled bite.Read More
This book was sad and predictable. Typically, I like to cheer my protagonist on! Here, I wanted to bop her over the head with this fat book and tell her to get over herself right quick.Read More
This post goes out to all those sad souls who have not yet read the Harry Potter series. Wow. What. A. Loss. And YET what an opportunity!Read More
I really pumped up Me Before You and I'm happy to say I was pleased with the sequel.Read More
Everything Everything was not everything everything I hoped for. That's not to say I didn't enjoy it. I liked it. I did! But it wouldn't be on my top ten list of books to recommend.