Book Review: The Boy Who Survived Brexit

The Boy Who Survived Brexit is such a pure and sweet story. Jason is an autistic boy living with his mother and older brother in Scotland. To occupy his thoughts and worries about the upcoming Brexit, his mother introduced him to disaster prepping. For a long while, Jason has been encouraging his family and others... Continue Reading →

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WWW Wednesday: March 26, 2019

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme, hosted by Sam at Taking On a World of Words. Visit her blog to take a look, and get involved too if you can, even if you don’t have a blog yourself – as she says, you can leave your answers in the post comments. I’d love to see your answers... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Wildcard

Warcross was one of my favorite books last year. The best way to describe it is Ready Player One meets Hunger Games for an interesting new world. Wildcard was not a disappointment. You can read my review of Warcross here. Warcross left off with Emika Chen facing Zero, the hacker of the Warcross games and... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Dodge and Twist

I read Oliver Twist on my own while in high school and I absolutely loved it! It's been a while, and I only vaguely remember the details, but that did not stop me from enjoying Dodge and Twist. At the end of Oliver Twist, the lucky boy gets adopted by Mr. Bownlow and becomes his... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Carrie

I listened to the audiobook of this while at work. I mentioned it to my coworker and she was wondering why I was listening to a horror book, especially at work. I was already over halfway through and it's not a horror book most people think it is. Carrie White was raised by a strict... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Anatomist’s Apprentice

Dr. Thomas Silkstone has been studying anatomy under a very prestigious coroner for several years, leading to a professorship at a University in London. When one of Thomas's students approaches him about the mysterious death of a relation, Thomas heads to the countryside. Thomas heads to Bordon Hall and meets the beautiful Lady Lydia, who's... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Certain Girls

Cannie Shaprio is your average, middle aged housewife. Spending her days sheltering her teenaged daughter, Cannie seems to have it all. She's a best selling author of one book and spends the rest of her time writing Star Girl novels under a pseudonym. But this one book is coming back to haunt her. Joy, Cannie's... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Long Way Gone

I'm actually attending my first book club meet with this book! I'm so excited to be part of a book club again. Long Way Gone is a story of success, downfall, survival, and love. Cooper O'Connor is a preacher's son who learned piano and guitar at an early age. It was just Cooper, his dad,... Continue Reading →

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