Spoilery Review: Shari Lapena’s New Book Crams Every Known Thriller Trope into 300 Pages

Spoilery Review: Shari Lapena’s New Book Crams Every Known Thriller Trope into 300 Pages

Happy Tuesday! I mentioned in my last post that I was picking up Shari Lapena’s newest release, A Stranger in the House for the Spookathon readathon that’s currently going on. I got into this book pretty quickly, reading the first 100-ish pages without really realizing it. Unfortunately, I started rolling my eyes before the 100 page mark, and probably should have […]

Mini Reviews: Little Fires Everywhere and All Grown Up

Mini Reviews: Little Fires Everywhere and All Grown Up

Happy Thursday! I love when I read a book that I can’t stop thinking about — I just want to hand it to anyone who will listen. On the other hand, that same feeling makes me not want to read something new, sometimes for weeks at a time. The past few weeks have been full of amazing books that have […]

Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett

Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett

I went into this book with low to no expectations for it — I hadn’t heard anything about it — it was honestly a cover buy for me with the bunny and the bright colors, but once I read the first sentence, I was hooked. “On my tenth birthday, six months before she sleepwalked into the river, Mom burned the […]

Mid-Year Superlatives: The Best of the Year So Far

Mid-Year Superlatives: The Best of the Year So Far

I’m a little late on this since we’re a bit past the halfway mark of the year (someone tell me HOW this can possibly be), but I’ve read 73 books so far in 2017, and have reviewed and talked about next to NONE of them, and I want to. I look back on when I reviewed everything I ever read […]

Review: If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio

Review: If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio

If We Were Villains is hands down one of my new favorite books. It follows seven theater students attending the elite Dellecher Classical Conservatory, where they live and breathe Shakespeare. As tensions rise among the group of friends, relationships are strained, and ultimately, someone ends up dead. Our main character, Oliver, ends up in jail, but there are still so many […]