Category: Book Reviews

The Moon is Down ~ John Steinbeck

If you have ever needed a book that spoke to both the oppressed and the oppressor, the invaded and the invader, The Moon is Down by John Steinbeck is the book you need. The Moon is Down is about a small village that becomes… Continue Reading “The Moon is Down ~ John Steinbeck”

Kingdom of Ice and Bone ~ Jill Criswell

“Forever is meaningless if you must spend it without the one you love.” Lira Let me start by telling you all that this book has caused me a major reading hangover. It is book #2 in the Frozen Sun Sage, but it read so… Continue Reading “Kingdom of Ice and Bone ~ Jill Criswell”

One Last Step ~ Sarah Sutton

There is something about murder mysteries, hiking trails, and new FBI agents that make this a perfect read. I purchased this book on my Kindle a while ago, knowing that it sounded good and hoping that I might someday get around to reading it.… Continue Reading “One Last Step ~ Sarah Sutton”

The Fortunate Ones ~ Ed Tarkington

What does it look like being an outsider who rapidly becomes interweaved with the lives of the wealthy? Ed Tarkington’s newest novel touches on just that idea while adding a modern touch. Synopsis: (From Goodreads) When Charlie Boykin was young, he thought his life… Continue Reading “The Fortunate Ones ~ Ed Tarkington”

The Tourist Attraction ~ Sarah Morgenthaler

This book kickstarted me on a mini-romance binge. Picture this – December, mid reading slump, and a need for something fun to read. The Tourist Attraction was everything I needed it to be! Synopsis: (Taken from Goodreads) When Graham Barnett named his diner The… Continue Reading “The Tourist Attraction ~ Sarah Morgenthaler”