It's a rare treat when we find a novel written by an unknown author that is so extraordinary. It feels like discovering a secret. To find one of the best written novels I've ever come across this way was a pleasant surprise. I cannot recommend highly enough.
Stu Whitney has accomplished what most novelists dream of - a great novel, written and published at the right moment. The Covid Chronicles tackles tough issues that we have all struggled with over the past year. The fear and uncertainty that swept into our lives with the COVID-19 pandemic are illuminated through a father's hopes for his [...]
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab is a story driven novel about a girl who makes a deal for her soul, and refuses to give up. Born in the 1600s in a small village in France, little Adeline LaRue is a dreamer. When she is 23, she can no longer put off [...]
Beheld by TaraShea Nesbit is set in the Plymouth colony in the 1620s, from the perspective of two women who reside in the colony.
You are not Alone, by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen: A Book Review You are not Alone is on a bazillion bestseller and best of lists, and I completely see why. I'll write on but what you really need to know is that no matter your preferred genre, you should give this book a read. [...]
Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton is a novel that imagines the Earth going dark.
A review of The Witch Hunter by Max Seeck, translated from Finnish to English