the curious incident of the dog in the night-time: A Book Review

Written by Mark Haddon, this novel is from the perspective of a special needs teenage boy in England and follows his investigation into who killed the neighbors dog, and the results of that investigation. I actually only read this book because it is the chosen book for a new book club I joined. This novel…Read more the curious incident of the dog in the night-time: A Book Review

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All the Crooked Saints: An Audio Book Review

All the Crooked Saints, written by Maggie Stiefvater, follows three cousins, one of whom is the Saint of Bicho Raro. Beatriz, Joaquin, and Daniel (the Saint) have lived with their families ways for many years: pilgrims come, receive their first miracle, and while they are figuring out how to make the second miracle occur, the…Read more All the Crooked Saints: An Audio Book Review

Girl in the Tower: A Book Review

This is the sequel to The Bear and The Nightingale¬†by Katherine Arden, the second of The Winternight Trilogy.¬†The Girl in the Tower follows Vasya, the daughter of a country prince in what is now Russia hundreds of years ago. Villages are burning, and Vasya sees demons (different from what the western world thinks of demons).…Read more Girl in the Tower: A Book Review

Please, Stop Putting So Many Photos in Your Review

I bet you never thought you would see a blog with that title. Well, here you go. If you scroll through Southern Today Gone Tomorrow, you will notice that it is terrible about posting a lot of photos. By that, I mean you won't find a lot of photos. In fact, it is something that…Read more Please, Stop Putting So Many Photos in Your Review

Cleaving Souls: A Book Review

Now, just to get this out of the way, if you don't like scary things, don't read this book. Sincerely. You won't like it. Now that's out of the way. Cleaving Souls, written by Chauncey Rogers, "Some dangers you cannot outrun. Some nightmares do not end when you wake. Something is watching Katherine Harris. She…Read more Cleaving Souls: A Book Review

The Witches of East End: A Book Review

Written by Melissa de la Cruz, The Witches of East End follows a family of witches, well, actually Norse gods banned from doing magic, (mother and two daughters) who start to find reasons to do magic. Oh, and bad things start to happen to people. Okay, I know, that summary makes it sound terrible. It…Read more The Witches of East End: A Book Review