Buy The Club: | Bookshop | Libro.fm | Amazon | Audible | The Home Group is the most exclusive chain of resorts in the world. Renowned for pushing the limits of their already ostentatious hospitality, The Club is determined to raise the bar even further with their newest location. Grand Opening weekend is about toContinue reading “Book Review: The Club by Ellery Lloyd”
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Book Review: Bright Ruined Things by Samantha Cohoe
Controversial Opinion: Shakespeare’s The Tempest is just not that great of a story. And admittedly I went into this book with pretty low expectations simply because the original version just doesn’t have that much to work with. Boy oh BOY was this thing a surprise. Cohoe took one of Shakespeare’s more lackluster comedies and turned it on it’s head. Can we do this for all of Shakespeare’s works now, please?
April Reading Wrap-Up
A is for April and A is for ARCs!! Here’s a glimpse at what April looked like for me.
March Reading Wrap-Up
Fashionably late really is the name of the monthly wrap-up game… 💁♀️
Book Review: Milk Fed by Melissa Broder
This is a book about boundaries and this is a book about food-based trauma. If you have issues reading about either, I’d recommend giving this book (and review) a pass.
February Reading Wrap-Up
I’ve been sitting on this wrap up for over a week because I could not get EXACTLY ONE flat lay just the way I wanted it. I have those “done is better than perfect” blurbs posted all over my house but, real talk; I am never going to post a half-assed flat lay. Especially where a lesser known work is concerned. Anyway, here’s what books I loved this month as well what failed to hit the mark.
Book Review: Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid
When it comes down to it this book was a mixed bag for me. I enjoyed getting to know the main characters but my problem was that so much time is spent continually introducing other characters that I lost track (and interest) in what even the protagonists were up to after a while. At the end of the day I’m impressed when anybody can write a book, and one that I actually want to actually finish, at that. So huzzah to TJR for all she’s accomplished thus far in her career and even if I had DNF’d this book, you better believe I’ll buy everything she ever writes because her words are just a joy to consume. Even when I don’t really know what’s going on.
Book Review: Love in Colour Mythical Tales From Around the World, Retold by Bolu Babalola
Love in Colour: Mythitcal Tales From Around the World, Retold by Bolu Babalola 💐💐💐💐 (four stars, as rated in colorful bouquets of flowers!) I was given an Advanced Reader Copy of this book via NetGalley by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Oooh what an unexpected delight this book was! I have suchContinue reading “Book Review: Love in Colour Mythical Tales From Around the World, Retold by Bolu Babalola”