Tag Archives: NonFiction

Review: This Book is Cruelty Free by Linda Newbery

A disclosure before I begin my review: I picked up This Book is Cruelty Free for several reasons. For one thing, I am a vegetarian, and recently I’ve been trying to monitor my impact on the world. Not just in regards to animals, but the environment as well. So naturally, a novel like this instantly appealed to me. Continue reading

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Review: The Last Mona Lisa by Jonathan Santlofer

The Last Mona Lisa, written by Jonathan Santlofer, is somehow everything and more than what I could have expected. This is a novel perfect for art lovers, as it merges historical fiction with elements of the truth. Continue reading

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Review: Never Say You Can’t Survive by Charlie Jane Anders

I feel like Never Say You Can’t Survive is the novella that many fans and writers alike have been waiting for. Written by Charlie Jane Anders, this novella talks about well, surviving difficult times through writing. Continue reading

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Review: Aftershocks by Nadia Owusu

Aftershocks is the debut novel of Nadia Owusu, and it is a compelling and fascinating memoir. If you’re going to choose one memoir to read this year (that’s probably going to be the case for me), let it be this one! Continue reading

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