Beyond That, The Sea is by turns joyful and incredibly emotional. I enjoyed every single page. In 1940, as German bombs descend on London, Beatrix’s parents
The Crane Husband is a brilliant and lyrical retelling of The Crane Wife. An unnamed fifteen-year-old girl lives with her mother and younger brother on the r…
It pains me to give Don’t Fear the Reaper such a low rating, as I had such high expectations after reading My Heart is a Chainsaw. This sequel picks up back
Endpapers by Jennifer Savran Kelly is a stunning genderqueer book that follows one woman as she grapples with her gender identity. Dawn Levit, an aspiring
I Keep My Exoskeletons to Myself by Marisa Crane (they/them) is an incisive portrayal of one family trying to survive the clutches of a government that reset…
What Happened on Floor 34? starts off with a tension-filled bang. Recently promoted to day editor, Rose works for London’s largest newspaper.
The premise of The Stranded seemed so appealing, but unfortunately, it was underwhelming. Apocalyptic war and a deadly virus forced
Locust Lane is a neighbourhood thriller set in Massachusetts. A young woman turns up dead in the wealthy suburb of Emerson, Massachusetts.
All the Dangerous Things is a slow-burn thriller with an unreliable narrator. Since her son was snatched from his crib a year ago, Isabelle Drake has not had a
Someone Had to Do It is a fast-paced and compelling debut thriller from author duo Amber Brown and Danielle Brown. Brandi Maxwell, a young Black woman,