Book Review: Hausfrau

Anna Benz is an American ex-pat living with her Swiss husband and three children in Zürich. She doesn’t work outside the home so she has plenty of time to...

Book Review: Station Eleven

After seeing the final Hunger Games movie with Jeremy the last week of December, I decided that I’m really, quite done with apocalyptic stories. I need a ...

Book Review: Big Magic

I finished reading my fiftieth book of the year last night and it was a good one. In the most fitting and providential way, Big Magic came around at the same ti...

Book Review: Wildwood

It took me a while to finish this book, and not just because it’s 540 pages. Granted, the book is not the standard 5.25 x 8.25 and is instead an odd 6 x 7...

Book Review: Animal Farm

At first I didn’t think I’d review this book since I figure everyone read it in school, but considering I didn’t read it in school it’s ...

Book Review: The Heights

The Heights caught my attention primarily for its cover. One cannot underestimate the power of a beautiful book cover! Other than author familiarity, the cover ...

Book Review: Left Neglected

The synopsis of Left Neglected prepares you for the accident. Sarah is a busy working mother of three, living the high life in Boston, working her tail off to g...

Conclusions on Gone Girl

When I read this book last year, I was hooked on every word, relishing the twists and giddy over all of the things I didn’t see coming. It was brilliant &...

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