Month: January 2019

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Dear Bookworms, The Woman in Cabin 10 By Ruth Ware I know you all are probably sick of me gushing about my love for Ruth Ware but damn, I love her! I listened to this one on audible and the narrator, Imogen Church, slaaaaaaays once again. Two days before a career changing business trip aboard […]

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Book Review: Kindred in Death by JD Robb

Dear Bookworms, This read was a more random choice trying to fulfill my reading challenge prompt of “a book by a female author using a male pseudonym”. I didn’t realize when I started that this was one of a continuing series of crime thriller (number 29 in fact!), but it was written in a way […]

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Book Review: Us Against You by Fredrik Backman

Dear Bookworms, Us Against You: A Novel (Beartown) By Fredrik Backman Us Against You brings us back to Beartown. (Didn’t catch that review, find it here!) The Beartown hockey club is all but dead having lost most of it’s team to their rival Hed, and along with it, the sponsors. With some sly maneuvering from […]

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2018 Year in Review

Dear Bookworm, Another year another (56) book (s)! And for the first time EVER, I actually completed my book reading challenge. I always read enough books, I just always get sidetracked with a new series or get stuck in a thriller binge and get off track from my prompts but this year I actually did […]

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Book Review: The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur

Dear Bookworms, Rupi Kaur is my favorite. The Sun and Her Flowers By Rupi Kaur After binging on Milk and Honey of course I ran to Amazon for her second book of poetry immediately. Lucky for me, the kindle version was free for Prime members! Broken into 5 parts; Wilting, Falling, Rooting, Rising, Blooming; Rupi […]

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Book Review: That Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

Dear Bookworms, I know this book has gotten a lot of hype this year and let me tell you… The Hate U Give By Angie Thomas It has earned every last ounce of hype, and then some. Starr Carter lives two lives. There is the Starr who lives in the gang riddled neighborhood of Garden […]

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