The Review I have to admit, it took me a few chapters to catch the tone and premise of The Gilded Wolves, but once it hit its stride, I was hooked. NY Times Bestselling author Roshani Chokshi's newest fantasy novel follows a group of down-and-out teens-- smart, wily outcasts, artists, and academics on the run. Thick… Continue reading Book Review: The Gilded Wolves
Reading Life: Total books Read: 15 (!) Total books read for comfort and self-care because 2018 is feeling shockingly like 2017: 13 (the others were ARCs for review... and very good) Weirdest of the Month: The House at Mount Char and Annihilation were both head-scratchers for me. I loved the latter's views of marriage more than the… Continue reading January Wrap-Up
Follow-up on last post with a few shelfies (book shelf selfies). How do you arrange your library? Color coordination makes me smile!
The Review: Four friends from boarding school share a common secret, but how long can something stay hidden in a small town, especially if that something is a body? Fifteen years after their expected graduation date, Isa receives an urgent text from her friend Kate. When she and the others rush to Kate's side, they… Continue reading Book Review: The Lying Game
The first rule of book club is to talk about book club. (with apologies to Chuck Palahniuk)
New social media tool for book discovery and review? Instagram meets Goodreads? Yes, please. Litsy is a book ranking and discovery app (for iOS only at this point) which lets you create ongoing discussions about books you're reading with other users as well as share bookish pictures. The buttons allow you to see a timeline… Continue reading Litsy App Review