Review: You by Caroline Kepnes

Review: You by Caroline Kepnes

A few months back, I wrote an article about all of the books that scared the master of horror himself, Stephen King. He tweets about books all the time, and really, that article could have also been called “That Time I Stalked Stephen King’s Twitter to 2013.” That’s just not as catchy, but it would have been in keeping with […]

Review: The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell

Review: The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell

Nothing like a completely mind bending book to make you feel like you’ll never write another adequate sentence! But really, now I know what everyone was talking about last year when The Bone Clocks was released. It’s a book that feels more like you step inside of it  rather than sit down and read it. It makes you think, and it […]

Review: The Fever by Megan Abbott

Review: The Fever by Megan Abbott

I remember hearing so much about this book last year, and it’s been on my list pretty much since then. So when I saw the paperback was out (with this cover that I love so much), I just had to read it. Basically, Megan Abbott seems to have teen girls down to a science. The scary thing is that this […]

The Perfect Summer Thriller: Bittersweet by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore

The Perfect Summer Thriller: Bittersweet by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore

“I had no idea everyone feels this way—that the most essential part of growing up is figuring out where your empty places are and learning how to fill them by, and for, yourself.” Bittersweet is the story of one girl, Mabel Dagmar, and her involvement with the insane (and insanely wealthy) Winslow family, and the dark secrets they’ve kept for generations. Outwardly […]

Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian is a survival story that’s….out of this world. Literally. Mark Watney is left on Mars after a mission goes wrong, and his crew mates assume there was no hope for his survival. Turns out, they’re in for quite the surprise, because Mark somehow did survive, and continues to do everything he can to save his own life. Very science-y at […]

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?

Monday again, and this morning I’m gulping coffee and reading my train book, The Martian by Andy Weir. I heard so much about this last year, but never got to it, partly because I thought it would be too science-y, which isn’t really my thing. But it’s been pleasantly surprising to me how much I’ve enjoyed it so far. Mark Watney […]