Tag Archives: book of the month

Book Review: The Punch Escrow by Tal M. Klein

Teleportation is the safest form of transportation. Book Rating 4/5 Book Review Wow! I am blown away by The Punch Escrow. This is, self described, as a “hard” science fiction novel. I think, after reading this and Dark Matter, I am a “hard” sci fi fan. I have loved both of the hard sci fi…

Book Review: The Broken Girls by Simone St. James

GOOD NIGHT GIRL Book Rating 3/5/5 Book Review **This book is not released until March 20, 2018. I recommend a pre-order now!** The Broken Girls contained the perfect amount of creepy, suspenseful, and delightful! I loved it. A mix of an old haunted boarding school, recent murders, and a journalist determined to track down some…

Book Review: The Power by Naomi Alderman

The shape of power is always the same; it is the shape of a tree. Root to tip, central trunk branching and re-branching, spreading wider in ever-thinner, searching fingers. Book Rating 4.5/5 Book Review Woah, woah, woah. My mind is reeling. I am…dare I say…shooketh!? The world Naomi Alderman builds in The Power is, in…

Book Review: The Wife Between Us

“Even when I’m not there, I’m always with you.” Book Rating 4/5 Book Review Wow…this book took me for quite the spin! It was the perfect book with a little wine and a comfortable bed. The book itself warned me to “assume nothing”, but naturally I assumed away with this book, because that’s just what…

Book Review: Bonfire by Krysten Ritter

“There are the people of the world who squeeze, and the ones who suffocate.” Book Rating: 4.5/5 Book Review: I had my doubts on this one, I truly did. Krysten Ritter, the beloved Jessica Jones, The B in Apartment 23, writing a novel? Nah, it can’t be that good right? I feel like everyone has…

Book Review: The hate u give by Angie Thomas

Book Rating: 5/5 Book Review: Where can I even begin with this book? The hate u give is a powerful, gut-wrenching novel that I wish I could make required reading for every single person. That’s right, every single person. Over a certain age, of course. The narrator, Starr, grapples with a split world. She is…

Book Review: Final Girls by Riley Sager

Book Rating 5/5 Book Review Talk about a book that sticks with you–in good ways and in bad! I read this on a camping trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton, and let’s just say I was a little spooked. Final Girls, not surprisingly, is a book about “final girls”… you know, the ones that survive…