Tag Archives: Fiction Review

Review: Her Perfect Life by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Hank Phillippi Ryan is back with another psychological thriller, Her Perfect Life, and I rushed to hit that request button SO fast on NetGalley! Continue reading

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Review: The Night She Disappeared by Lisa Jewell

The Night She Disappeared is the latest novel to come from the mind of Lisa Jewell, one of my favorite thriller/mystery authors out there. Naturally, I just had to make some time to read this beauty! Continue reading

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Review: Sin Eater by Megan Campisi

It’s time to enter a historical fiction like no other in Megan Campisi’s Sin Eater. I picked this book up because it promised to be a blend of The Handmaid’s Tale and Alice in Wonderland. Let me tell you – it did not disappoint. Continue reading

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Review: Poison for Breakfast by Lemony Snicket

He’s back! Lemony Snicket is back with another book, this time titled Poison for Breakfast. If you’re a fan of the winding and unique writing style, the odds are good that you’ll happily dive into this read. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Population Zero by Fran Lewis

Population Zero, written by Fran Lewis, is a world that feels uncomfortably familiar. That is because it is our own – set in a future of Lewis’ imagining, where humans meet their (possibly likely) ending. Continue reading

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Review: The Show Girl by Nicola Harrison

The Show Girl, written by Nicola Harrison, is a delightful blend of genres. It is one part historical fiction, one part romance, and one part chick lit. Continue reading

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Review: Ladies of the House by Lauren Edmondson

Are you a fan of everything Jane Austen? Do you love seeing modern retellings of her works? If the answer to both of those questions is yes, you’re going to want to check out Ladies of the House, by Lauren Edmondson. It’s a modern-day retelling of Sense and Sensibility, and it’s guaranteed to move any Austen fan out there. Continue reading

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Review: Impostor Syndrome by Kathy Wang

Impostor Syndrome is Kathy Wang’s latest novel, and it happened to come across my plate thanks to May’s Book of the Month choices. I’m not sure that I would have heard about it otherwise. Still, when I read about it, I knew right away I had to read it. How could I say no to a book that promised to merge feminism, spy thrillers, and corporate America all into one? Continue reading

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Review: Aetherbound by E.K. Johnston

E.K. Johnston, the author of excellent novels such as Ahsoka and Queen’s Shadow, has decided to grace us with a new science fiction book, Aetherbound. Continue reading

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Review: The Removed by Brandon Hobson

The Removed is yet another book that I might not have heard of (and thus considered reading) if not for BOTM. Written by Brandon Hobson, it’s a novel that weaves together myths, family history, and the process of grief. Continue reading

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