I’LL BE YOU | Janelle Brown 04.26.2022 | Random House Rating: 3.5/5 stars As children, Sam and Elli were two halves of a perfect whole: gorgeous identical twins whose parents sometimes couldn’t even tell them apart and once Hollywood discovered them, they became B-list child TV stars, often inhabiting the same role. But as adults, … Continue reading Book Review: I’ll Be You
July has officially left the room! I had such a great time reading all of the books in this stack! While I didn't have any 5 star reads this month, I ended up with 5 books that I rated 4.5 stars. I impressed myself with how well I kept up with reviews this month and … Continue reading July Wrap Up
What are your reading goals for July? Mine are to pick and choose from this amazing stack of possibilities and hopefully find a few new favorites. I've already read What Moves The Dead and absolutely enjoyed it! It's based on Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher and I highly recommend reading that short … Continue reading July TBR!
Welcome to another installment of Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl)! This week's topic is the first ten books ever reviewed. I started off reviewing books on my Bookstagram account and Goodreads before committing to launch my blog. Those first reviews were much shorter and it's interesting to see how my style has changed. … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: First Ten Books I Reviewed
Read: BLACK SCIENCE VOL. 1 by Rick Remender LADY KILLER VOL. 1 by Joëlle Jones and Jamie S. Rich WATCH ME DISAPPEAR by Janelle Brown BLOOD ON SNOW by Jo Nesbø THE OWL ALWAYS HUNTS AT NIGHT by Samuel Bjørk May was a pretty stellar reading month for me. I was able to read three … Continue reading May Wrap Up
WATCH ME DISAPPEAR by Janelle Brown Random House [Spiegel & Grau] | 07.11.2017 Rating: 4/5 stars Watch Me Disappear opens on the Flanagan family having what appears to be a perfect family afternoon with a trip to the beach and the butterfly garden. We soon learn that it has been a year since Billie Flanagan, … Continue reading Book Review: Watch Me Disappear