The Brightest Star in Paris is a magical love story. It’s 1878, and Amelie St. James is the prima ballerina at the Paris Opera Ballet…
The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker is a YA fantasy novel inspired by Japanese folklore that hooked me from the very first page.
A weekend escape on a secluded island. What could go wrong?
A group of six friends who haven’t been close since school decide to go on a weekend trip to a remote island. They have the whole weekend planned with climbing, coasteering, and other outdoorsy activities. But since this is a thriller, their plans go up in flames almost as soon as they arrive.
The Death of Jane Lawrence both delighted and terrified me, in equal measure. A marriage of convenience trope? An old, crumbling and isolated manor? Yes, please.
The Trouble With White Women: A Counterhistory of Feminism is an important read for anyone interested in the history of feminism.
We Are Not Like Them is a hard book to read, but it is an important one that realistically renders the current divisions in society.
My rating: ⭐⭐⭐.5 Publication Date: October 5, 2021 This is a fun start to a new fantasy series about a young introverted nun who gets pushed out of her comfort zone and must take down an unknown force. Since the age of ten, Artemisia has been a Gray Sister, tending to dead bodies lest theyContinue reading “Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson”
I’ve been a book lover since the moment I learned to read. I typically read 100 books per year, give or take. I read across a broad range of genres, including Fantasy, Literary, Thrillers, Mystery/Suspense, Own Voices, LGBTQIA2S+, Horror, Historical Fiction, YA, Nonfiction (preferably social issues), Women’s Fiction, and the occasional Romance or Sci-Fi. IContinue reading “ABOUT ME”