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 Darkling Bride

Since California actually got the message that it’s winter this year (which means it’s been around 60 degrees for more than a single day and rained for more than a couple of hours), I have really been in the mood for some dark historical fiction. So when I got an email about Laura Anderson’s newest […]

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Book Review | The Belles

I feel like Dhonielle Clayton’s debut novel, The Belles, has been popping up on my book radar for months. I see it everywhere, and the cover is definitely eye-catching. So, even though it isn’t the type of book I typically go for, I decided to give it a shot. I mean, look at that cover! (All […]

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Book Review | Little Fires Everywhere

Earlier this year, on the recommendation of my cousin, I read Celeste Ng’s debut novel, Everything I Never Told You. And I absolutely loved it. It is easily one of my favorite books of the year. So it’s probably not all that surprising that I flew through Ng’s newest book, Little Fires Everywhere, the second I got my […]

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