Mini Reviews: The Missing Hours, The Push, & Invisible Girl

THE MISSING HOURS by Julia Dahl: Claudia Castro has it all: a famous family, a trust fund, thousands of Instagram followers, and a spot in NYU’s freshman class. After a traumatic night out that leaves Claudia unable to remember what happened she goes missing. I picked this one up on a whim just looking for … Continue reading Mini Reviews: The Missing Hours, The Push, & Invisible Girl

Mini Reviews: A Deadly Inside Scoop & It Takes Two to Mango

A DEADLY INSIDE SCOOP by Abby Collette: Recent MBA grad Bronwyn “Win” Crewse has decided to go back to her hometown and take over her family’s ice cream shop. Chagrin Falls, Ohio is a small town where everyone knows Crewse Creamery. Win  is excited to restore the shop to its former glory using her grandmother’s … Continue reading Mini Reviews: A Deadly Inside Scoop & It Takes Two to Mango

Mini Reviews: Goddess of Filth & Tribesmen

GODDESS OF FILTH by V. Castro: One hot summer night, best friends Lourdes, Fernanda, Ana, Perla, and Pauline hold a séance. It’s all fun and games at first, but their tipsy laughter turns to terror when the flames burn straight through their prayer candles and Fernanda starts crawling toward her friends and chanting in Nahuatl, … Continue reading Mini Reviews: Goddess of Filth & Tribesmen

Nonfiction Mini Review: The Burning & Last Call

NONFICTION MINI REVIEWS THE BURNING by Tim Madigan: On the morning of June 1, 1921, a white mob numbering in the thousands marched across the railroad tracks dividing black from white Tulsa, Oklahoma, and obliterated a black community then celebrated as one of America’s most prosperous. 34 square blocks of Tulsa’s Greenwood community, known then … Continue reading Nonfiction Mini Review: The Burning & Last Call