The Marvelous Adventures of Gwendolyn Gray by B.A. Williamson

I was hooked with the opening and continued reading with fervor. This reminded me of the film Dark City, the writings of Michel Foucault, a bit of Pleasantville – all wrapped up in a fast paced read suitable for middle grade and young adult readers. This engaging story features a dystopian society that stifles imagination and creativity, and a strong female lead that dares to be different. Continue reading

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Tin Man by Sarah Winman

★★★★☆
This is a beautiful tale about first love, friendship, and the ebbs and flows of life. This book packs a lot into its 224 pages, detailing the instant and deep friendship between Ellis and Michael. This is not a linear story, and there are differing perspectives. Continue reading

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April in Review

Month in Review is a monthly roundup that I started doing in March 2018 to share all of the books that I read and other bookish things! Reading I read 14 books (+1 DNF) in the month of April, and re-read half of Jane Eyre! It […]

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Sunshine Blogger Award

I am so honored to have been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by one of my favorite blogs Fiction No Chaser! This award “is given to bloggers who are positive, inspiring and bring some sunshine into people’s lives.”  Thank you so much for the […]

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