THE SUN DOWN MOTEL | Simone St. James 02.18.2020 | Berkley Rating: 4.5/5 stars Fell, New York is the home to the Sun Down Motel, a rundown roadside motel frequented by a seedy group of clientele. Over the years a series of young women have been murdered. One of those women was Viv Delaney, former … Continue reading Book Review: The Sun Down Motel
February is the shortest month of the year even with this one being a leap year and yet for some reason I have made myself a monstrous TBR! I really need someone to wrangle me in when I'm plotting these things out! January ended with me not crossing off all of the titles I wanted … Continue reading February TBR!
Welcome to another installment of Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl). Today I’ll be sharing books on my Winter TBR! There are some absolutely amazing new releases hitting shelves in the beginning of 2020 and my TBR is overflowing in great choices! I tried to make this list a mixture of ARCs I'll … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Winter TBR!
Since the last few days of 2018 are upon us, I thought it would be fun to feature a 2018 Wrap Up Series. Over 5 blog posts I will be highlighting books that I’ve read in 2018 across various topics: Best Instagram Book Club, Stephen King Reads, Best Debut Reads, Best Covers, and Favorites 2018 … Continue reading 2018 Wrap Up Series: Best Covers
Read: The Awkward Squad by Sophie Henaff The Oracle Year by Charles Soule Somebody’s Daughter by Rochelle B. Weinstein The Ice Swimmer by Kjell Ola Dahl Neuromancer by William Gibson A Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny The Broken Girls by Simone St. James Dark Matter by Blake Crouch Penance by Kanae Minato The Perfect Mother … Continue reading April Wrap Up
THE BROKEN GIRLS | Simone St. James 03.20.2018 | Berkley Rating: 5/5 stars Vermont, 1950: Idlewild Hall is the home for girls who are no longer wanted. The student body is made up of girls who are refugees, victims of the war, pregnant, illegitimate, or just plain too troublesome for their parents to want around … Continue reading Book Review: The Broken Girls