Monthly Archives: April 2016

Book Review: No One Knows

I signed up for a club called Book of the Month. They pick out a couple of different books that are apparently really good but maybe under-appreciated, or just not found easily. Then you pick which ones you want to read and they ship them out to you. It’s a great concept! Anyway, my first…

Book Review: One Second After

Wow, so I have quite a few thoughts on this one. Overall, I liked it. Good story line-terrifying but great. Basically, there is an EMP explosion that goes off over America, which shuts down any and all electronics. The book is set up from the perspective of the main character, a veteran named John who…

Book Review: Lost Girls

I decided to branch out a bit with this one and try some nonfiction. Normally, I am all about fiction. I do love crime novels, and I love watching dateline, so I figured maybe I would enjoy a true crime novel.  Boy, could I be more wrong! I’m sure there are people out there that…

Book Review: We’ll Never Be Apart

I finished this one pretty quickly. It’s shorter, at just over 200 pages and honestly it’s a wonderful book that keeps you very invested and involved.  Alice has had a life that not many can imagine. She is committed to a mental institution after her boyfriend dies in a fire that her twin sister sets.…

Book Review: Bride of a Distant Isle

When I saw there was another Sandra Byrd novel, I stopped all I was doing at the moment and purchased it. Her last novel, Mist of Midnight, was perhaps one of my favorite reads. This one did not disappoint me! Annabel is a strong English woman who had a mother who went to an insane…