Book Review: The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah

In her highly anticipated follow up to The Nightingale Kristin Hannah pulls from her family's past as Alaskan homesteaders and delivers yet another stunning portrayal of feminine strength. The Great Alone follows Leni and her parents as they embark on the ultimate test of survival, where their every weakness is exploited and they must rise … Continue reading Book Review: The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah

Advertisements

Book Review: The Rending and The Nest by Kaethe Schwehn

It wasn't fire or ice. Wasn't a virus or global warming or a meteor. Wasn't an atomic bomb or a tsunami or a sulfurous-smelling ape. It was a Rending, a split. Ninety-five percent of the earth's population and the vast majority of the animals, food and goods—gone. We were left with each other and the … Continue reading Book Review: The Rending and The Nest by Kaethe Schwehn

Book Review: The Wolves of Winter by Tyrell Johnson

In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just survive, but live. Following an attack on the Pentagon by way of hacked drones, America is thrown into a tailspin and … Continue reading Book Review: The Wolves of Winter by Tyrell Johnson

Book Review: Castle of Water by Dane Huckelbridge

The marble is inscribed with a name they don't recognize- it sounds French, but they've seen it before. And as if that weren't enough, the flowers the man left behind are not flowers at all. Instead, resting atop the grass and loam and dried husks of chestnuts is something bizarre, something out of place, something … Continue reading Book Review: Castle of Water by Dane Huckelbridge