Year: 2019

Book Reviews

Book Review: Jackaby by William Ritter

Dreaming of a life filled with adventure, Abigail Rook takes off from her boarding school in London, and hops a boat to New Fiddleham, USA (with a few adventures in between). With nothing but the clothes on her back and a flimsy suitcase of ill suited clothes, Abigail needs to find work, and fast.

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Book Review: The Outsider by Stephen King

Dear Bookworms, I love a good Stephen King book – he was one of my first “grown up” authors that I devoured as a budding bookworm. Everything from Misery and The Shinning to the hulking beast that is The Stand- I really could never get enough. How this man is able to continue to surprise […]

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Book Review: Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

Dear Bookworms, On a total whim (or perhaps momentary insanity?) I joined a bookclub (insert gasp here). Say what?? I know it probably shouldn’t be a surprising action considering my love of reading and the fact that I write about books weekly on a blog BUT I am such a socially anxious person in new […]

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The Birthday Girl by Melissa De La Cruz

Dear Bookworms, So I chose this one thinking it was going to be some cool thriller a la Mary Kubica or Ruth Ware (check those books at the bottom of this post for some AMAZING thriller reviews if that’s your jam) but this…was not that. About this book Ellie de Florent-Stinson is throwing herself an […]

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Book Review: Code of Honor by Alan Gratz

Dear Bookworms, I will honestly never tire of an Alan Gratz read guys (be sure to check the reviews of some of his other books!) What was this book about? Sixteen year old Kamron Smiths life has been turned upside down when his Army Ranger older brother is found to have deserted his post in […]

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Book Review: Charlie, Presumed Dead by Anne Heltzel

Dear Bookworms, Welp….this was a frustrating read….but first, a recap: What is the book about While attending a funeral in Paris, two young women find out they have been dating the same man. Charlie Price is presumed dead after his family’s plane was wrecked and his bloodied jacket was found at the scene. There is […]

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Book Review: The Blood Spell by CJ Redwine

Dear Bookworms AHHHHHHHH ….. LOVE THIS BOOK AND THIS WORLD…. JUST BUY THEM ALL OK? No but for real, Redwine has built such an intricate and enthralling universe in the Ravenspire novels and the latest, The Blood Spell, is just as captivating as its predecessors. First, let me tell you about this book Living in […]

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Book Review: The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

Dear Bookworms, The Turn of the Key is Ruth Ware’s 5th novel and once again, she doesn’t disappoint! (Check my reviews of her other four books because of course I’ve read them all!) What is this one about? Rowan Caine thinks she has just struck gold when she lands a prestigious live in nanny job […]

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Havana Cuba: Travel tips for a great adventure

Disclaimer: The rules and regulations for Havana travel might change at any time and they may not be reflected at the time this article was published. Oh Havana Oh Nah nah. Yeah, I got that song stuck on my head for a little while now, but with good reason. *** PICTURE GALORE ALERT!  Imagine this: […]

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Book Review: Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

Dear Bookworms, I don’t normally find myself reading classic gothic noir novels but here we are. My aunt and I did a read along together and surprisingly- I enjoyed this one! (Our Wuthering Heights read along was not as enjoyable haha!) “Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again” The plot So begins the […]

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