Review: My Husband’s Wife by Jane Corry

Review: My Husband’s Wife by Jane Corry

I must have walked by this book and ignored it at least a dozen times before one of my friends started reading it and finished more than half of it in a day. After a few OMG THIS BOOK snapchats, I had to check it out, and before I knew it, I was halfway through it myself. My Husband’s Wife is […]

Review: The Nix by Nathan Hill

Review: The Nix by Nathan Hill

Wow guys. I haven’t had a book I’ve loved this much in what feels like forever. I’d seen The Nix around a lot last year, and based on the cover (we’ve all done it) it looked politically charged and really not for me. It wasn’t until Max at Well Done Books started comparing reading this book to The Goldfinch that I knew I […]

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?

I’ve been wanting to do a “currently reading” post for a few days now, and since I’ve put it off so long, I figured I might as well wait until Monday to post it with everyone else! Easter gave me a lot of reading time, which was nice, and April has already been good to me in terms of books. […]

5 Books to Read if You’ve Already Binged S-Town

5 Books to Read if You’ve Already Binged S-Town

If you’ve been on the Internet at all since the last week of March, it’s likely you’ve already heard about and listened to the new podcast everyone is talking about: S-Town. From the creators of Serial and This American Life, S-Town is the story of a small, stunted town in Alabama. A “shit town,” as the unforgettable voice of the […]

10 Thrillers to Look For This Spring

10 Thrillers to Look For This Spring

I am always on the hunt for a new thriller that is actually…thrilling. Everything is being compared to Gone Girl upon conception, so how do you know if something is as page-turning as a Gillian Flynn book? I’ve started ignoring those comparisons, like most people, because they have saturated absolutely everything with a female protagonist. Luckily, a lot of authors I […]

Review: The Girl Before by J.P. Delaney

Review: The Girl Before by J.P. Delaney

The Girl Before was getting a lot of buzz early this winter for its suspenseful plot and of course, Gone Girl comparisons. It tells the story about Emma and Jane, at alternating points in time, as they move into a mysterious house built by an even more mysterious architect. The house comes with more than a few “rules” for living there. […]