Book Review | A Tale for the Time Being

Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being  has been sitting on my bookshelf for probably close to two years. I will admit, it was a total cover buy – seriously, scroll down and look at it – but the synopsis was intriguing. And it was absolutely nothing like I was expecting. This is easily one […]

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Book Review | The Changeling

Have you ever picked up a book with low expectations and ending up finding a new favorite? For me, that is exactly what happened with Victor LaValle’s newest novel, The Changeling. I had never read any of LaValle’s writing, and didn’t really know what to expect from this book. I was a bit wary from reading […]

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Book Review | Mr. Fox

I finally finished the book I’ve been reading since January! And I honestly don’t know how I feel about it. There is something about Helen Oyeyemi’s writing I really enjoy. I do love how distinctive it is. When you read one of her books, you know you’re reading Helen Oyeyemi. It’s an experience unlike that any […]

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Book Review | Exit West

I usually don’t pick up books because everyone else is talking about them. But Mohsin Hamid’s newest book, Exit West, caught my interest because it was one of the Book of the Month Club selections for this month, and (even though I ended up getting another BOTM book) I decided to pick this one up anyway. And […]

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Book Review | Wink Poppy Midnight

Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tulchoke is one of those books everyone has been talking about this year. And I get it. Because as soon as I saw it, I instantly fell in love with the beautiful cover (I mean, just look at it!). I decided to read it before I knew anything about […]

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Book Review | The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August

Yesterday, I finished my first book of 2016, and I absolutely loved it! I love starting off the year with a good book, and The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August was the perfect choice! Every time Harry August dies, he’s reborn in the exact same time and place. Harry’s gone to war, gone to college, traveled […]

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