Book review: I Found You

I’m not sure if double or triple timelines is a trend that authors are choosing independently or if literary agents and editors are pushing for it. Either...

Book review: The Ruin

Twenty years ago the body of Hilaria Blake was found in her home. An apparent overdose left her two children – Jack and Maude – orphaned. It was the...

Book review: Burntown

Burntown has been on my TBR (To Be Read) list since I heard about it. Already a big fan of The Winter People and The Night Sister, I knew Burntown would be wort...

Book review: Frankenstein

One of the perks of developing my own English class for our co-op is selecting works I love and think are important for young people to read. Out of 15 students...

Book review: Magpie Murders

My experience with The Word is Murder was so delightful that I immediately investigated other Anthony Horowitz novels and selected a New York Times bestseller, ...

Book Review: The Secret Place

Well, the streak was bound to end. They can’t all be great. Unlike Into the Woods, Faithful Place, The Likeness, and Broken Harbor, I did not enjoy The Se...

Book Review: The Enchanted

Set in present day between the damp, stone walls of an old prison, we are told the sobering story of what life looks life for a small selection of death row inm...

Book Review: Night Film

There are about ten pages I would cut from Night Film, but they don’t transpire until the last sliver of the book, and by then, you are sprinting so breat...

Book review: Housekeeping

I’m tempted to call Marilynne Robinson a favorite writer of mine, but this is the only work of hers that I’ve read so I’d be saying it prematu...

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