I feel as thought I might a bit late, but I finally jumped on the Kristin Hannah fan club bandwagon and it’s safe to say there’s no looking back now.
For about a month or so, I was determined to get my hands on this book. I was seeing it everywhere, all over social media, recommended by so many women. It seemed as if there was something special about this book that every woman could relate to, uniting us through words. I had high expectations, …
I picked up this book after I was struggling with another read. Although it’s not a genre that I typically read, I found the book interesting and very reflective of what’s really important in the perception of life.
I literally just finished this book a few moments ago and I’m still trying to process everything I just read. After about the halfway mark, there are so many things jam packed into the novel that leaves you on the edge of your seat until the end. Even the last page of the novel leaves …
This week’s book review is about Kiley Reid’s novel Such a Fun Age. I’m going to keep this short and sweet- or not so sweet- as I didn’t enjoy this book.
Hi guys, welcome back to another book review. It’s a little difficult to decide exactly where to start for this book review. I feel like Lenny Bruce was easier to talk about because it was an autobiography; I wouldn’t be giving anything away or any spoilers.
Assuming that this book is for women who are having a midlife crisis is jumping to conclusions and you need to hold on a sec. They always say not to judge a book by its cover, so, ya know, don’t.