Review: The Wolves of Winter

I read The Wolves of Winter for Bookmarked earlier this year. An original version of this review appears on that site. Summary As nuclear war and the deadly Asian flu pandemic tore the world apart, Lynn McBride and her family fled civilization for the Canadian Yukon. After years of enduring… Continue Reading Review: The Wolves of Winter

Review: Sadie

After seeing Lost at Midnight’s post on Sadie, I added the book to my TBR list. It seemed relevant to current discussions about violence, and book club picked it for September, so it didn’t stay on my TBR list for long. I downloaded the audiobook and listened to it over the… Continue Reading Review: Sadie

Review: The Beauty That Remains

The Beauty That Remains by Ashley Woodfolk is another book I read for book club. Summary The Beauty That Remains is a novel that deals with grief from three distinct points of view. Shay is newly “twinless” after her sister’s death to cancer. Logan’s ex-boyfriend committed suicide. And Autumn best friend died… Continue Reading Review: The Beauty That Remains

Review: Spinning Silver

I don’t often pre-order books. I like to have them in my hands before deciding to buy a physical copy or not. But when it comes to Naomi Novik, I want to get her books as soon as possible. So when Spinning Silver became available for pre-order, it didn’t take… Continue Reading Review: Spinning Silver

Review: Milk and Honey

Ruper Kaur has caused a whole lot of buzz in the past few years. Though I’ve read her poems on social media and seen them shared countless times, I only got around to reading Milk And Honey this summer after receiving it as a gift. Summary Milk and Honey is a… Continue Reading Review: Milk and Honey