Book Review: The Guncle

Happy Tuesday, bibliophiles! If you are in the United States then I hope you had a lovely long weekend. It flew by far too quickly and I’m currently combatting the scaries by writing this post. At least it’ll be a four-day week…anyways, today I bring to you a review of what might be one ofContinue reading “Book Review: The Guncle”

ARC Review: The Stalker

Happy hump day, bibliophiles! If you are in North America and in sweltering heat with no air-conditioning…know that I am with you in spirit and manifesting a break in these terrifying weather patterns soon. Climate change is real y’all, but that’s a conversation for another time. I’ve currently got a bunch of ARC review draftsContinue reading “ARC Review: The Stalker”

Book Review: Malibu Rising

Happy Tuesday, everyone! I have been sooooo excited to write this review because it was one of my most anticipated reads and it lived up to the expectations. Name a better feeling than this one because I cannot. With that said, let’s jump right into it. Goodreads synopsis: Malibu: August 1983. It’s the day ofContinue reading “Book Review: Malibu Rising”

Book Review: Children of Blood and Bone

Overall Rating: 3.5/5Genre: YA FantasyPace: FastRead if you loved: The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna, A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas, Percy Jackson by Rick RiordanContent warnings: Torture, violence The first book in the Legacy of Orisha series, Children of Blood and Bone is a fast-paced adventure set in a segregatedContinue reading “Book Review: Children of Blood and Bone”

Book Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Overall Rating: 4.5/5 Addie LaRue is expected to follow the same path taken by all other young girls in 1714: get married and have a family. Stifled by societal norms and desperate for her independence, she strikes a deal with the devil to live out her life answering to nobody but herself. But with everyContinue reading “Book Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue”

Book Review: A Touch of Death

Overall Rating: 3.5/5 Nate Anteros and Catherine Taenia could not be more different. While both hail from reputable families, one has lived his existence in rebellion while the other has thrived under the privilege and protection afforded to her by virtue of her lineage. One night and a mysterious infection later, the two find themselvesContinue reading “Book Review: A Touch of Death”

Book Review: We Were Liars

Overall Rating: 4/5 Cady Sinclair has always looked forward to her summers. Summer is when the wealthy Sinclairs gather on their private family island, providing each member with an escape from their troubles. But after a horrific accident one year, Cady finds herself being kept away from the island and from her best friends –Continue reading “Book Review: We Were Liars”

Book Review: The Last Debutantes

Overall Rating: 4/5 The year is 1939 and London’s society women are preparing for the glitz and glamor of the debutante season. Enter Valerie de Vere Cole, the Prime Minister’s niece. An insider by virtue of her lineage yet an outsider due to her dark upbringing, Valerie contends with her painful history while navigating theContinue reading “Book Review: The Last Debutantes”

Book Review: The Wife Upstairs

Overall Rating: 3/5 I knew I had to read The Wife Upstairs when I learned that it is a reimagined twist on Charlotte Bronte’s classic (and one of my favorite novels), Jane Eyre. Set in the modern world, the novel follows a young woman, Jane, whose ambition is limited by dismal circumstances and spirit isContinue reading “Book Review: The Wife Upstairs”

Book Review: Anxious People

Overall Rating: 5/5 A bank robber, multiple hostages, two police officers, a psychologist, and a whole lot of anxiety. At the core of Anxious People lies an intriguing mystery that arises when a bank robbery-turned-hostage situation is resolved, only for the perpetrator to have vanished into thin air. But beyond the question of who committedContinue reading “Book Review: Anxious People”