From June, 2017

Book Review: The Confusion of Languages by Siobhan Fallon

There are so many sides of a person, jagged edges like puzzle pieces; you never know when you’ll snap together with someone else. But Margaret and I, we fit. “You’re so good to me, Cass,” she said, grinning. And now I am here, in her apartment, alone, no clue where Margaret is, suddenly feeling like…

Book Review: Every Last Lie by Mary Kubica

There’s a hand on my elbow; his hat is in his hands. He steps inside my home, sure to cling to me so that he can brace Felix’s soft spot should I fall. “There’s been an accident, ma’am,” he says again. Just days after giving birth to her son, Felix, Clara is on the receiving…

Book Review: The Vegetarian by Han Kang

Her profile swam toward me out of the darkness. I took in her eyes, bright but not feverish, as her lips slowly parted. “I had a dream.” Desperate to keep the vicious nightmares at bay, Yeong-hye renounces the consumption of meat. To her, eating meat represents the violence that plagues the world and she is…

Subscription Box Review: Inspired Book Club

Inspired Book Club is a monthly subscription box that specializes in one thing: inspiration. The box comes filled with items meant to lift your mood and calm your mind. Every month you will receive one book and 4-6 surprise items and if that isn’t enough you can also use the code FREEGIFT to receive an…

Book Review: The Lost Letter by Jillian Cantor

The sudden cold butt of the gun against her temple surprised her. She didn’t even let out a cry before the man grabbed her arm, and the letters fell from her hands, onto the unblemished snow. In Austria in 1938 the Nazi party is gaining a foot-hold and Kristoff is forced to witness Jewish families…