Finding Mother by Anne Allen #BookReview

Finding Mother by Anne Allen #BookReview

Three women. Three generations. Sacrifices for love… Such is the promise of the tagline from English author’s Anne Allen’s latest romantic novel Finding Mother. When faced with her husband’s continued adultery, a thirty-five-year-old Nicole...
Reaching by Grace Peterson #BookReview

Reaching by Grace Peterson #BookReview

Reaching is Grace Peterson’s bold and revealing memoir of spiritual abuse stands as a testament to all the genre is capable of accomplishing. In nearly claustrophobic prose, the author recounts the parental neglect of her most formative years. This allows her to...
Rapunzel by Molly Greene #BookReview

Rapunzel by Molly Greene #BookReview

Rapunzel, a mystery penned by Molly Greene, finds two former college friends coming together to solve the murder of a young chemical engineer. The action kicks off when wannabe investigative journalist Bree Butler arrives to find her interview subject very much dead....
Book Review: Hyperbole and a Half

Book Review: Hyperbole and a Half

Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things that Happened is the subtitle of Allie Brosh’s new book Hyperbole and a Half. The collection of illustrated life stories contains material mostly taken from her wildly popular blog of the...
Book Review: The Talented Mr. Ripley

Book Review: The Talented Mr. Ripley

Tom Ripley would rather be anyone but himself. The Talented Mr. Ripley, Patricia Highsmith’s psychological thriller published in 1955, presents the reader with a sociopath protagonist the reader can’t help but sympathize with. Lucky for Tom, the perfect...