The Lost Sisters

The Lost Sisters by Holly Black is a short novella between The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King. It’s interesting, because much like the quick story at the end of The Cruel Prince, it gives you a glimpse of the story from a completely different angle. SPOILER ALERT: […]

Unseen

Unseen by Karin Slaughter is the seventh book in the Will Trent series, which you probably know is one of my favorites. There is a SIGNIFICANT trigger warning, but I put it at the end of the review so that it isn’t a spoiler. If you are concerned […]

The Deep

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher through BookishFirst, and I am providing an honest review voluntarily. The Deep by Rivers Solomon with Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, and Jonathan Snipes is a work of art that is haunting, painful, and beautiful all at once. The […]

Father Sweet

Father Sweet by J.J. Martin was a difficult but worthwhile read. Although this book is a work of fiction, the inspiration for this story is based in horrifyingly real truth. This is a story that needed to come to light. It is a scourge that has gone on […]

Wolf Of Wessex

Let me just start out by saying that Wolf of Wessex by Matthew Harffy is an AMAZING read. It’s a masterpiece of historical fiction set in 9th century Wessex, and brings to mind the writings of Bernard Cornwell. I was expecting this to be a book about werewolves […]

Gravemaidens

I received an advance reader copy of this book through NetGalley. I am providing a voluntary review. Gravemaidens by Kelly Coon was on my October 2019 TBR (to be read) list as soon as I saw it, and I was so excited to get a copy just before […]

The Last Widow

Ever since that first day I stumbled across a Karin Slaughter book from the Will Trent series in my local library, I can’t get enough of these books. The newest release, The Last Widow, is the ninth book in the series, and it’s written with the same sarcastic […]

Perfect Crime

It’s Halloween! I hope everyone has some fun plans for today. I’m going to be celebrating my first successful Blogtober challenge, where I made a blog post every single day of the month. Since I don’t really like to read scary books (or watch scary movies), I decided […]

The Guinevere Deception

I received an eARC of this book through NetGalley. I am providing my honest review voluntarily. The Guinevere Deception by Kiersten White is the first book in the Camelot Rising series, and it’s a reimagining of the classic Arthurian legend. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but […]

Hook

Most kids grow up with the iconic story of Peter Pan, but Gina L. Maxwell’s Hook has reinvented a classic with a decidedly adult spin. While this is book #2 in the Neverland Series (mental note, I need to obtain book #1 immediately), it also works perfectly as […]