Book Review | Normal People

Every once in a while, I come across a book that changes my perception of what literature can be. A book that isn’t written in the way we’re used to books being written, but still work. Sally Rooney’s Normal People is one of those books. (All reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise noted.) Synopsis (From Goodreads) […]

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Book Review | Gods of Jade and Shadow

I’ve been looking for some great diverse historical fiction – because it truly is one of my favorite things to read – and was so excited when I came across Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s Gods of Jade and Shadow. This book combines so many of my favorite things, and I was a little worried it might not […]

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Book Review | Cheshire Crossing

I am a huge fan of Andy Weir. The Martian is one of my favorite books – it’s one of the books that really got be back into reading. I love how he writes sci-fi, but when I heard how big of a departure his newest project is, I was pretty excited. Cheshire Crossing is […]

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Book Review | The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

This summer, I have discovered my love for romance novels. They’re such quick, fun reads and I’ve been devouring as many as I can. When I came across The Bookish Life of Nina Hill, I knew I needed to read it. I can’t resist books about books. (All reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise noted.) Synopsis […]

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Book Review | Warhead

One of my unofficial reading goals this year is to read a few memoirs that weren’t written by people I’d already heard of. Now, I love a good celebrity memoir, but there’s something to be said about learning more about other people’s experiences. And when I read the synopsis for Jeff Henigson’s Warhead, I was […]

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Book Review | The Last Leonardo

I have always been fascinated by Leonardo da Vinci. Not only is he an insanely talented artist, he was a true genius. The original renaissance man. My love for him was cemented when I read Walter Isaacson’s Leonardo da Vinci last year (if you couldn’t tell by my inability to shut up about it). So […]

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Book Review | The Porpoise

You probably already know I’m a pretty big fan of weird fiction. But I did not know what I was getting into with Mark Haddon’s newest novel, The Porpoise. To be fair, I hadn’t read any of Haddon’s books before this one (no, I still haven’t read The Curious Case of the Dog in the […]

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