Reader Review: “Oh William!”

by Susan W.: Elizabeth Strout has packed so much life and wisdom into this spare novel, it will take me more than one reading to digest all it contains. Her characters are so human,...

Reader Review: “Blood Will Out”

by techeditor (Romeo, Michigan): BLOOD WILL OUT, though a true murder mystery, is not the murder mystery you would expect. Although there is a murder and many mysteries, particularly about the man who committed...

Reader Review: “Iona Iverson’s Rules for Commuting”

by Gabi: When a myriad of events bring an unlikely group of train commuters into each other's lives, these strangers seemingly with little in common find precious friendship and new beginnings. The characters, relatable...

Reader Review: “Aurora”

by Betty Taylor (Macon GA): Have you ever wondered what would happen if we lost power for months? Think of all we are dependent on for electricity – our cellphones, televisions, cash registers, lights,...

Reader Review: “Elsewhere”

by kdowli01 (Falls Church, VA): I haven't read much speculative fiction, so this was fun to explore. It was really unique and had a lot to think about. This would be great for book...

Reader Review: “They Both Die at the End”

by ella.tori: This book gave me a lot of emotions. Made me happy, hopeful, devastated, and left me heartbroken. It's a story about learning how to truly live, about friendship, about love, about regrets,...

Reader Review: “News of the World”

by Tonyia Robinson: Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd is a veteran of 2 wars, now he makes his living traveling the small towns of the North Texas Territory reading the news of the world from...

Reader Review: “The Ghosts of Rose Hill”

by Gabi: A one-of-a-kind coming of age story about a young Jewish teen sent off to spend her summer in Prague. Written in lyrical verse, this book enchanted me from the start. It is...

Reader Review: “In Five Years”

by Phyllis E (Mill Valley): Thanks to Atria Paperback/Simon and Schuster Publishers for a gifted copy. All comments and opinions are my own. This 3.5 star book had a lot of buzz when...

Reader Review: “Between a Rock and a Hard Place”

by erik chiapppa: I loved this book. When I say reading this book changed my outlook on life i would not be joking. This story has changed and motivated me to do stuff i...

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