Reader Review: “Wandering Stars”

by JoS (kansas): I had to think about this one for an entire day before I could sort my feelings out about it. It's a complicated story and reading it felt a bit disconnected...

Reader Review: “After Annie”

by She Treads Softly: After Annie by Anna Quindlen is an outstanding breathtaking and heartbreaking depiction of a family dealing with the untimely death of a wife and mother over the span of a...

Reader Review: “Mockingbird Summer”

by PhyllisE (Mill Valley): Thanks to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for a digital advance reader's copy. All comments and opinions are my own. I loved this! Deserves more than 5 stars! A...

Reader Review: “Beautyland”

by Gloria M (San Jose): Because I am an avid reader (on average I finish 2.5 books every week) and I am addicted to print books, I refrain from purchasing every book I consume-instead...

Reader Review: “The Adversary”

by Sarah B: Crummy writes with beautiful ability. I think anyone would love to read his description of the phone book. This was a bit sad no one is particularly likeable but good literature...

Reader Review: “The Lost Bookshop”

by Jamal (Morocco): The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods published with One More Chapter (Harper Collins) on June 22nd and is described as The Keeper of Stories meets The Lost Apothecary…evocative and charming novel full of...

Reader Review: “Translation State”

by Laura Hill: Translation State is a standalone story in the (beloved) universe of the Ancillary Justice series. You don't need to have read those first, but they are wonderful, so if you haven't...

Reader Review: “Radiant Heat”

by Elizabeth@Silver's Reviews (Lower Burrell): Escaping a raging Australian bush fire wasn't the only horrendous thing Allison had to endure in her life. Something else from her past was waiting. When she...

Reader Review: “Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell”

by justannesopinion (Florida, United States): This is far and away the most engaging and, dare I say enchanting, fantasy book that I have read as an adult. I'm usually not drawn to fantasy but...

Reader Review: “The Djinn Waits a Hundred Years”

by Gloria M (San Jose): The title of Shubnum Khan's latest novel, "The Djinn Waits A Hundred Years" made me stop and wonder just how quirky this tale would be?  I am so happy my initial...

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