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…
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The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker
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.
Review: The Weekend Escape by Rakie Bennett
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 by Caitlin Starling
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 by Kyla Schuller￼
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 by Christine Pride and Jo Piazza
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.
Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson
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”