Written by Jane Porter, The Frog Prince follows Holly as she moves to San Francisco to work for a PR firm and try to get over her recent divorce. I honestly have a lot of feelings about this book. This isn't a fantasy book. This is a novel about a woman who is having to…Read more The Frog Prince: A Book Review
Written by Cori McCarthy, Now a Major Motion Picture (out April 3rd) follows Iris, the granddaughter of a famous fantasy novelist, as she and her younger brother journey to Ireland to watch the filming of their grandmother's first novel on screen. I loved this book. The characters have depth without relying on a lot of…Read more Now a Major Motion Picture: A Book Review
Written by Kerri Maniscalco, Hunting Prince Dracula follows a teenage girl who solves murders by examining the dead. Now, she is on the way to the best school for those who want to do that for a living. Oh, and the only girl. I am sorry. This just wasn't interesting to me. The characters were…Read more Hunting Prince Dracula: A Book Review
I am sorry. I went on vacation. And I was focused on reading enough books to complete a challenge, but I got behind on actually doing reviews. And, yeah. So, be on the look out for a bunch of reviews! And, maybe, some bad reviews. Because I seem to be out of practice. Routine. And…Read more Be on the look out!
Written by Kate Quinn, The Alice Network follows two women, thirty years apart, one a spy and one looking for her cousin who disappeared in the second great war. Eve, a young woman with a stutter, is recruited to become a female spy in German occupied France in 1915, when they thought the war end…Read more The Alice Network
Written by David Grann, this is a Non-Fiction account of the Osage Indian Murders in the early 1900's and the birth of the FBI, at least, as we know it today. This is a short review. Go. Read this. This book doesn't read like non-fiction; it reads like fiction. It is so interesting, and I…Read more Killers of the Flower Moon: A Book Review
Written by Chauncey Rogers, Happily follows Laure, a street urchin girl who caused the ruin of Luc, trying to trick the crown into thinking she is the girl with the glass slipper so that she can pay Luc back. So, let us start with this: this is a young adult book, written for Rogers' daughter.…Read more Happily: A Book Review