I am unsure of why I waited so long to read (listen to) this memoir by the Bush twins, but wow, it has saved me from an audiobook slump and crops are growing
It’s part legal thriller, part corruption case, part typical drunk-woman-dealing-with-issues-mystery, and I loved it. I read it in one foul swoop.
I’m a sucker for a good musical, but I won’t even pretend I wasn’t absolutely ANGRY when Dear Evan Hansen beat out Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 for Best Musical at the Tony Awards. F
I needed something I could binge-read and that would make me FEEL things and wow, the writing duo that is Christina Lauren did not let me down.
In a quest to finally catch up on my Book of the Month TBR pile, I settled in to read the book I selected back in March 2018 when it was billed as an adult version of the Westing Game and while I’m not sure the descriptor is perfect, I really enjoyed this book.
Set against the backdrop of a Korean exchange student moving countries and going on dates, there’s a lot to love here
The only book by Liane Moriarty I’ve read is Big Little Lies and…Nine Perfect Strangers is different. The mystery isn’t who died or who killed them, it’s will these people make it out of here?
I read Steve Scalise’s Back in the Game hours after learning that George HW Bush had died and Nick Jonas had gotten married, so I cried a lot that weekend
“A Talented Mr Ripley for the Digital Age” is the tag line that immediately drew me towards Social Creature but also kind of ruined the plot for me, for obvious reasons. Nonetheless, despite some middling reviews, I devoured this book and was intoxicated by the writing style.
My new favorite series is back with the second book, Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow.
As a true crime buff, I knew a lot about the murders of Jose and Kitty Menendez that were committed by their sons, Erik and Lyle.
Have you ever noticed that everywhere you look no one is looking at you? Instead, they’re staring at those little devices in their hands