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...

Book review: Rescue

I think we’ve reached the first book – no, the second book – that I won’t recommend to you, and I feel really crappy about it. The first...

Book Review: We Were Liars

This book got a lot of accolade last year and was all the buzz among bloggers, BookTubers, and the GoodReads community. When a book gets that much attention, I&...

Book Review: Lucky

I don’t remember the first time I saw the cover of Lucky (published in 1999), but when I did I know I put it in the same camp as The Lovely Bones. I thoug...

The Book Depository

I’ve recently become an affiliate with the Book Depository, an online bookstore that offers free delivery and discounted prices. I’m excited to make...

Book Review: Pastrix

I first heard of Nadia Bolz-Weber about two or three years ago when I was in a heavy place of re-evaluating and reclaiming my faith. Mostly, I was trying to fig...

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