Tag Archives: Book

Review: People Like Her by Ellery Lloyd

Ellery Lloyd’s first thriller, People Like Her, is a dark and twisted being. One entirely focused on the lives of the Instagram-famous. Continue reading

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Review: Waiting for the Night Song by Julie Carrick Dalton

Julie Carrick Dalton’s debut novel, Waiting for the Night Song, is a shockingly powerful and intense read, one that will pull you in right from the first page. Continue reading

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Review: In Love & Pajamas

Yes! Catana Comics is back with another fantastic (and endearing) collection! In Love & Pajamas: A Collection of Comics about Being Yourself Together is an accurate title and description for this entire series, and perfect for this graphic novel. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Wrong Alibi by Christina Dodd

Wrong Alibi is the first in a brand new series (Murder in Alaska) by Christina Dodd. The location, cover, and description made this novel seem exactly like the sort of read I’ve been looking for. Continue reading

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Review: Lumberjanes: True Colors

Lumberjanes: True Colors is the third in the Lumberjanes Original Graphic novel series. Delightfully, you don’t need to be up to date in the main series to enjoy this one (but I would still strongly recommend following that series, mainly because of how amazing it is). Continue reading

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The Best Books of 2020 (According to Cat)

While favorite books are certainly an objective thing to discuss, I wanted to take a moment to list out my favorite reads from 2020. Naturally, because I’m horrible at actually picking my favorites, I settled for picking one (or three) for the genres I read the most. Continue reading

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Review: Blood Heir by Ilona Andrews

Blood Heir is the first novel in the Aurelia Ryder series, a branching off series from the world of Kate Daniels. That and the fact that it’s written by Ilona Andrews was really all it took to get me all sorts of hyped for this read. Continue reading

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Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender: Team Avatar Tales

Much life Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Lost Adventures, Avatar: The Last Airbender: Team Avatar Tales is a collection of short stories to stemming from the animated series fans have fallen so in love with. The biggest difference here is that these stories are focused more heavily on the main characters that we all know and love. Continue reading

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Review: Crown of Bones by A.K. Wilder

A.K. Wilder’s debut novel, Crown of Bones, is more than enough to get her added to my ‘automatically read’ list from now on. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Two Murders Too Many by Bluette Matthey

Bluette Matthey’s latest novel, Two Murders Too Many is a thrilling mystery series, full of action and clever points and twists. Continue reading

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