The Invisible Life of Addie Larue, release date October 6th 2020, is my first Schwab book and okay, okay. I'm hooked. Definitely need to read more of her books, but first it's time to talk about this gorgeous book about life, legacy and the many reasons we do 👏 not 👏 make 👏 deals 👏 with 👏 devils 👏. Rating: 5 stars!
From this time forth, it will be known as the Sin Eater's Fountain. None shall drink from it or wash in it or touch it again. Except me. Because I can't be cursed. I am a curse. I ended up buddy reading this one with a friend who works at the bookstore next door to … Continue reading The Sin Eater by Megan Campisi (Review)
People glorify protest when white kids do it, when it's chic, frustrated Parisian kids or British coal miners or suffragettes smashing windows and throwing firebombs at inequality. A topical and interesting coming-of-age story with a gorgeous cover that I couldn't resist. Even if this isn't your usual genre, this is worth a pick up for … Continue reading The Black Kids by Christina Hammonds Reed (Review)
We take memories and bind them. Whatever people can’t bear to remember. Whatever they can’t live with. We take those memories and put them where they can’t do any harm. That’s all books are. I picked this book up because I walked past it every day in the windows at Waterstones and the cover and … Continue reading The Binding by Bridget Collins (Review)
A magical witchy read that I think about all the time! My first dip into historical fiction that, in hindsight started a love for the genre. Rating: 4.5 stars
Even after all this, Maren thinks, Ursa believes herself to have power over him. Witch-hunter or no, Absalom is, after all, still only a man. Rating: 4 stars The Mercies is inspired by a historical event, the Vardø storm of 1617 where a terrible storm sank ten ships and killed forty men- the majority of … Continue reading The Mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave (Review)