One of my challenges to myself this year was to read a book by a Nobel Prize winner, and since Kazuo Ishiguro is the most recent recipient, I decided to make him the lucky one!
Agoraphobia, bottles and bottles of wine, and new neighbors. What could possibly go wrong? Well, for Anna Fox, just about everything.
It’s summer camp for social justice warriors and activists…but then it becomes more Lord of the Flies than Kumbaya.
Course language, hearty laughs, funny voices, tales of domestic violence, and hope for a future career. That’s what you can expect from Tiffany Haddish’s memoir, The Last Black Unicorn.
Stay atop of your reading challenges, slay your TBR pile, and check off this prompt on the BookRiot Read Harder challenge by reading a children’s classic published before 1980
If Oprah picked it as her book club selection it has to be great, right? Right.
Lo Blacklock is a travel writer with a wee bit of anxiety, boyfriend problems, and a ticket on a luxury boutique cruise ship set to sail the sea
If you love hate-watching the Bachelor, bitching about how much Arie sucks, and diving into the nitty gritty details behind what goes down in the Fantasy Suite, you have to read this book.
It’s your typical tomboy girl falls for brother-like friend story, but that doesn’t make this Kasie West novel any less compelling.
Peggy Schuyler is more than “and Peggy” in this new YA historical take on the Schuyler sisters and their adventures in the Revolutionary War.
Five kids walk into detention, but only four walk out alive. Simon dies of an allergic reaction to peanut oil, but who slipped it into the cup he was drinking from?
The ball is over, the husband is dead, and the wife is nowhere to be found. What actually happened that night, and will their family ever be the same?