Book Review | Time After Time

It’s probably not a great sign that I don’t really remember why Lisa Grunwald’s Time After Time caught my eye. Maybe it was the cover, or the time-traveling historical romance. I didn’t have very high expectations for this book, but, unfortunately, I still ended up disappointing. (All reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise noted.) Synopsis (From […]

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Book Review | Pachinko

Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko has been on my radar for a while. I picked up a copy a while back (I couldn’t resist the beautiful hardcover), and finally got around to reading it! Really, I saw it was the Our Shared Shelf pick for May/June and knew it would be the perfect time to finally […]

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Book Review | Where the Crawdads Sing

I’m sure you’re all aware of how often I put off reading hyped or recommended books and end up really loving them. It doesn’t happen all the time, but it happens fairly often. And it happened again with Delia Owens’s Where the Crawdads Sing. I was admittedly on the fence about this one. But I […]

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Audiobook of the Month | April

I did it. I finally read The Pillars of the Earth. Well, listened to the audiobook, but it’s basically the same. I’ve been tackling some of the most intimidating books on my TBR this year, and finishing this one felt like a huge achievement. Not just because it’s been sitting on my shelves for years, […]

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Book Review | Mistress of the Ritz

A few months ago, I read and really enjoyed Melanie Benjamin’s The Girls in the Picture. So when I got the opportunity to read her newest novel, I couldn’t resist. Like The Girls in the Picture, Mistress of the Ritz is based on a true story. Which made it all the more poignant. (All reviews […]

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Book Review | Anna of Kleve: The Princess in the Portrait

I have been fascinated with Tudor history for years. And while I’ve focused a bit more on Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I (what can I say, they’re fascinating), I’ve always been curious about the rest of Henry VIII’s wives. And I am thoroughly enjoying learning all about them via Alison Weir’s Six Tudor Queens series. […]

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Book Review | A Gentleman in Moscow

I know I’m late to the party on this one, but that’s okay, because I finally read it! It’s not like I’ve had A Gentleman in Moscow on my shelves (more like somewhere in a giant pile of books) since it came out and had it recommended to me personally twice. Definitely not. I should […]

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