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
Dystopias have always been my reading jam, and I’d heard a lot about Vox by Christina Dalcher, including that it was the “next Handmaid’s tale.”
I love pop culture oral histories and when I saw this book was happening, I knew I had to have it.
With the completion of this “nordic noir” murder mystery, I have finally completed the PopSugar Reading Challenge for 2018 and wow, what a note to end on!
Charlotte Pence has known the man we know as the Vice President since the moment she was born, and in this memoir about her life with her father from his days in Congress to his life in the administration, she takes care to paint a well-rounded picture of a man who loves his family, loves his God, loves his country, and has clearly raised some outstanding children.
After being told to read this book by just about everyone I mention it to, I finally sat down and cranked out a reading of Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Katharine, Arsinoe, and Mirabella return in the third installment of the Queens of Fennbirn series that began with Three Dark Crowns.
The world of Harry Potter is still alive, now in a book where you can read about the fascinating collection of Harry Potter related items at the British Library.