Book Review

RABBITS by Terry Miles

I received a gifted copy of RABBITS by Terry Miles from Del Rey / Random House. Rating: 4 / 5 RABBITS follows K, someone who is making a living off a game called Rabbits. This isn't a game you can just find, you need to know to recognize the signs. Maybe you begin to see… Continue reading RABBITS by Terry Miles

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THE BONE SHIPS by R.J. Barker

I read THE BONE SHIPS by R.J. Barker for the Backlist Book Club from Cassidy @coverswithcassidy! I hadn't heard of the series before the announcement but it sounded good so I decided to dive in! Rating: 4 / 5 THE BONE SHIPS is the first book in the author's The Tide Child trilogy. It is… Continue reading THE BONE SHIPS by R.J. Barker

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THE CHILD FINDER by Rene Denfeld

Rating: 5 / 5 THE CHILD FINDER by Rene Denfeld is a book I have tried to get onto a couple of TBRs now, so I was thrilled to finally pull a perfect prompt from my #JarOfTBR for it! THE CHILD FINDER follows two alternating narrators. Naomi is known as the Child Finder, a woman… Continue reading THE CHILD FINDER by Rene Denfeld

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STAY WITH ME by Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀ 

Rating: 5 / 5 STAY WITH ME by Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀ is a book that picked up from one of Semicolon's recommended book lists when shopping on bookshop.org. Semicolon is a Black woman owned bookstore that I've really enjoyed following on Instagram. They do a lot of amazing work in their community in addition to giving great… Continue reading STAY WITH ME by Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀ 

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HOW SWEET IT IS by Dylan Newton

I received a complimentary copy of HOW SWEET IT IS by Dylan Newton from the publisher. Thank you to Forever Pub! Rating: 4 / 5 HOW SWEET IT IS follows Kate, an event planner best known for creating elaborate weddings. When a friend asks her to shift gears a bit to throw a book launch… Continue reading HOW SWEET IT IS by Dylan Newton

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THE PROPHETS by Robert Jones Jr.

Rating: 4.5 / 5 I saw some good reviews of THE PROPHETS by Robert Jones, Jr., so I added it to my January Book of the Month box. I new it wouldn't be an easy read, but I went in with high expectations. THE PROPHETS centers on the story of Samuel and Isaigh, two slave… Continue reading THE PROPHETS by Robert Jones Jr.

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THE OFFICE OF HISTORICAL CORRECTIONS by Danielle Evans

Rating: 4 / 5 I had seen a few great reviews for THE OFFICE OF HISTORICAL CORRECTIONS by Danielle Evans. When I pulled a reading challenge prompt which gave a collection of short stories as an option, I immediately added it to my January Book of the Month box. THE OFFICE OF HISTORICAL CORRECTIONS is… Continue reading THE OFFICE OF HISTORICAL CORRECTIONS by Danielle Evans

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THEY NEVER LEARN by Layne Fargo

Rating: 5 / 5 I asked for suggestions on Bookstagram for my Around the Year in 52 Books reading challenge prompt for a female villains. I got a lot of good suggestions, but THEY NEVER LEARN by Layne Fargo was the only one suggested multiple times. With a few trusted sources suggesting it, I made… Continue reading THEY NEVER LEARN by Layne Fargo

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THE GIRL HE USED TO KNOW by Tracey Garvis Graves

Rating: 4/ 5 THE GIRL HE USED TO KNOW by Tracey Garvis Graves was my first book of 2020 and what a way to kick off the year! I pulled "a book with a neurodiverse character" from my Jar of TBR for January and this and a few others were on my TBR. When I… Continue reading THE GIRL HE USED TO KNOW by Tracey Garvis Graves

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WAR OF THE WORLDS by H.G. Wells

Rating: 3.5 / 5 I have quite a few classics that I can’t believe I missed reading as an English major. In a recent readathon, one of the prompts for the team competition was to read a book on a certain page of your TBR on Goodreads. When I checked my TBR, most of the… Continue reading WAR OF THE WORLDS by H.G. Wells