Tagged Advanced Reading Copy

Preview: June TBR and May Reviews

  Hey all! Here is a quick look at my upcoming reads for June and my reviews for this month. If you haven’t already, go follow me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @readvoraciously. I’m trying to keep those social media outlets more exciting with posts of different things at different times that may not make…

Preview: Netgalley shelf for April and May

Here’s a quick preview of my Netgalley TBR! I’m am currently reading Book One of the Themis Files Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neufeld in preparation to read and review Book Two Waking Gods. So far I am loving it!  I have a few awesome reviews publishing this month. Here’s a peek: Monday March 13th  The…

Book Review: The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

But every slave thinks about it. In the morning and in the afternoon and in the night. Dreaming of it. Every dream a dream of escape even when it didn’t look like it. The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead is a poignant look at the oppression of slavery and one girls attempt at escape. Know…

Book Review: A Certain Age by Beatriz Williams

She turns back and reaches for his hand. “I’m not going to make you choose. I’d never do that to you. You were meant to make some other girl happy, some woman, and I’ll just take off and soar into the sky, and no one will catch me.” A Certain Age by Beatriz Williams is…

Book Review: Listen To Me by Hannah Pittard

Normal people didn’t wast their days reading about other people’s misfortunes. Normal people didn’t take a gross sort of pleasure in keeping up with local crime statistics. Normal people didn’t walk the dog in a robe. Normal people don’t act like Maggie. What happens to a marriage when resentment sneaks in and its limits are…

Book Review: Radio Girls by Sarah-Jane Stratford

Fascinating stuff, radio. Glorious being in on the ground floor, as it were, isn’t it? Maybe we’ll get to see how far it can go. Radio Girls by Sarah-Jane Stratford follows two women, Maisie Musgrave and Hilda Matheson, as they attempt to assert  their right to contribute in the male dominated field of broadcast journalism.…

Book Review: I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid

How do we know when something is menacing? What cues us that something is not innocent? Instinct always trumps reason. Iain Reid takes readers on an enigmatic journey through back country roads and a desolate, deserted school in his debut fiction novel I’m Thinking of Ending Things Jake meets his girlfriend, our narrator, at a…