Book Review: The Man on the Mountaintop

The Man on the Mountaintop is one of the most inspirational books I’ve ever read/listened to. This little book is full of life wisdom and practical application. There is a man on top of the mountain called The Holy Man. He is essentially a hermit monk who spends the majority of his time alone except... 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 →

Book Review: Career of Evil

Career of Evil is the third book in the Cormoran Strike series. This post may contain spoilers. The Cuckoo’s Calling The Silkworm Robin is now training to be a detective instead of staying a secretary. She is loving the work, but when she receives a severed leg in the mail her life becomes endangered. Strike... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Cuckoo’s Calling

Private Detective Cormoran Strike is hired to investigate an apparent suicide of supermodel Lula Landry. Her brother insists that her death was no suicide. On the same day, Robin starts her new temp job as a secretary for Strike. With all the evidence that John Bristow and the police have given Strike, he begins making... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Every Note Played

Karina leads unfulfilling life as a piano teacher who has not moved on from her broken marriage. Her dreams long since lost. Karina's ex husband has definitely moved on, enjoying life as an accomplished concert pianists with fame and women. Life takes an interesting turn when Richard is diagnosed with ALS, The disease takes his... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Jar of Hearts

This has been on my TBR for a while and sitting in my Netgalley for too long. The best way to describe Jar of Hearts is that it's a cross between Orange is the New Black and Gone Girl. Georgina Shaw (Geo to her friends) is a successful lawyer on the path to marry the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Only in India

You may recognize Jill Dobbe from her previous book, Kids, Camels, Cairo. I absolutely loved her book and her writing style. I was thrilled when I found out that she was writing another book. Only In India is Jill and Dan's life experiences in India working as international educators. Every few years, they travel to... Continue Reading →

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