Frankissstein: A Love Story by Jeanette Winterson is unlike any book I’ve ever read. I’ve never read sexually graphic scenes so close to philosophical inquiries, so close to song lyrics, so close to notable passages of literature. Yet, somehow, Winterson pulls these unconventional combinations off in this novel. And all the various pieces of the […]
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Book Review: Mad Honey
See today’s post for my complete book review of Mad Honey by Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan.
Book Review: Green Dot
I recently received an advanced Ebook copy of Green Dot by Madeleine Gray through Net Galley. Read my full review of the novel in today’s post.
Book Review: Birnam Wood
Here’s my full review of Birnam Wood by Eleanor Catton.
Book Review: Sing, Unburied, Sing
Read my full book review of Sing, Unburied, Sing in today’s blog post.
Book Review: Just My Type
Just My Type by Falon Ballard is a romance novel that will make you laugh as you consider your own relationship patterns and vices. It’s an endearing novel that offers a safe and non-judgmental space for introspection. Read my full book review in today’s post.
Book Review: The Great Reclamation
The Great Reclamation by Rachel Heng offers a journey into a rich history of a region most of us probably know close to nothing about. And does so with wonderfully complex characters who will continue to both surprise and frustrate you as you read.
Book Review: The Mitford Affair
The Mitford Affair by Marie Benedict was on my list of highly anticipated books for 2023. And it did not disappoint. Keep reading to see my full review.
Book Review: The Faraway World
After reading Infinite Country, I will read anything Patricia Engel writes. So, this book was already on my radar in 2023. And it’s no surprise it was a five-star read for me…
Book Review: The Climate Book by Greta Thunberg
First, let me say that The Climate Book is important and is worth the read. And everyone should pick it up and read it, or skim through it, at least. It wasn’t, however, everything that it was projected to be. And left me wanting more… but not in a good way, unfortunately.