Book Review | The Last Human

Since the apocalypse is happening right now (not really) what better time than to read a book about the last human in the universe? Which is exactly what I did this weekend (when I wasn’t glued to the Nintendo Switch I just bought myself). Anyway, I am very tired – because of course I’m writing […]

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Book Review | Enter the Aardvark

If you know anything about me, you probably know I like weird books. And I have been reading some pretty weird ones lately, but Jessica Anthony’s Enter the Aardvark is definitely up there on the weirdness scale. I mean, the title alone should probably clue you in, but there’s also the fact that this is […]

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Book Review | Darling Rose Gold

One thing I love almost as much as reading is true crime. Luckily, that’s an interest that often overlaps with reading. One case I followed for years is that of Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose Blanchard (click the link to read all about it if you’re unfamiliar). So when I saw there was a novel […]

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Book Review | The Holdout

I really loved Graham Moore’s The Last Days of Night when I read it a few years ago. So when I saw he had a new book out this year, I obviously had to check it out. The Holdout is worlds different from The Last Days of Night, but I still really enjoyed it. (All […]

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Book Review | Love, Unscripted

I’ve mentioned a few times that last year, I got really into reading romance. And I read a lot of great ones. So I thought I’d take a chance on a debut romance author and read Owen Nicholls’s Love Unscripted. It sounded kind of like 500 Days of Summer, which definitely sounded intriguing. (All reviews […]

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Book Review | The Illness Lesson

I really enjoy good feminist historical fiction. I think there’s a lot of opportunity for great commentary on the treatment of women. So I was definitely intrigued when I read the synopsis for Clare Beams’s The Illness Lesson. It felt a little bit Salem Witch Trial-y to me, which I am totally on board for. […]

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Book Review | Things in Jars

When I first came across the synopsis for Things in Jars, it seemed right up my alley. It sort of reminded me of The Impossible Girl or Jackaby, both of which I really enjoyed (click the links to check out my reviews). But, having not read anything by Jess Kidd, I didn’t know what I […]

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