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Review: The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey

The Echo Wife is the latest novel by Sarah Gailey, and it blends mystery with science fiction in such thrilling and alarming ways, all as science and possibility takes the forefront. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: The Stepsisters by Susan Mallery

Susan Mallery is back again with a new novel, The Stepsisters. It’s a love story, but probably not the sort you’re expecting – it’s about the love between friends. Continue reading

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Review: The Future Is Yours by Dan Frey

Dan Frey’s The Future Is Yours is a novel that merges mystery and time travel together for one massive science fiction novel. Continue reading

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Review: A Flood of Posies by Tiffany Meuret

A Flood of Posies is the latest novel by Tiffany Meuret, though I’ll confess that it’s actually my first time reading anything by her. It’s the story of two sisters, and how their worlds are so vastly different from one another. Continue reading

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Review: Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley

Author: Angeline BoulleyPublisher: Henry, Holt & Co.Released: March 16th, 2021Received: BookishFirstWarnings: Abuse, drug addiction, assault, discrimination, sexual assault Firekeeper’s Daughter is a debut novel that very much doesn’t feel like a debut novel. Written by Angeline Boulley, this is a … Continue reading

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Review: The Ones We’re Meant to Find by Joan He

Add The Ones We’re Meant to Find to the top of my books read in 2021, please! It’s a brilliant novel, one that I cannot recommend enough. Written by Joan He, it promises to be a blend of We Were Liars, Black Mirror, and Studio Ghibli. Continue reading

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Review: Rebel Daughter by Lori Banov Kaufmann

Lori Banov Kaufmann’s debut novel, Rebel Daughter, is a delightful and powerful read – one that blends Jewish literature with historical fiction, and so much more. Continue reading

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Review: The Swimmers by Marian Womack

Marian Womack’s latest novel, The Swimmers, is an eco-dystopian novel set in a time where global warming has done all the damage we could have imagined. Yet there were survivors, more or less. Continue reading

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Review: We Shall Sing a Song Into the Deep by Andrew Kelly Stewart

Andrew Kelly Stewart’s debut novella, We Shall Sing a Song Into the Deep has got to be one of the most unique reads I’ve ever had the luxury of experiencing, and I would like to think that this is saying something. Continue reading

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Review: The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

Kristin Hannah is back, and that means it’s time to get ready for all of the feels. But seriously, The Four Winds is yet another highly anticipated novel, even if I knew going into it that it was going to make me cry. Continue reading

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