Wolf Lake Review

Four people across the country, with little in common, have reported having the same chilling dream, being killed with a bloody dagger with a wolf's head carved on the handle. All four are subsequently found with their wrists cut, apparent suicides, and the weapon used in each case was a wolf's head dagger.

Hey Ladies!: A Review

The story follows eight 20 - 30 somethings in New York. Over the course of the year, they experience dating nightmares, career struggles, financial woes, and of course, the craziness that comes with planning a wedding.

Dark Side of the Moon Review

The Dark Side of the Moon is the second installment of Kraatz's Space Runners series. Benny Love and his friends have managed to save the Earth, but with their leader, Elijah, gone they're stuck on the Lunar Taj without any guidance.

Burn Baby Burn: A Review

Nora is 17 in the infamous year of 1977 New York. After a freezing winter, a boiling hot summer explodes with arson, a blackout, and serial killer named Son of Sam, who is shooting young women on the streets at random.

Replica: A Review

The Haven Institute is tucked away on a private island off the coast of Florida. Far away, it looks serene, but up close the military guards and biohazard suits tell a different story.

Warcross: A Review

Warcross by Marie Lu has been one of the most anticipated novels of 2017 and received a ton of hype at BookCon. Lu already has a secure fan base thanks to her Legend & Young Elite Series, and fans have been anxiously awaiting her new Warcross Series

They Both Die at the End: A Review

Imagine if you knew the day you were going to die, and you needed a friend. In this novel, there’s an app for that called the Last Friend. Two unlikely strangers meet for their End Day, for one last great adventure.

The Handmaid's Tale Review

I first became interested in reading The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood when I saw the preview for the series on Hulu. Coincidentally, it was chosen as the May/June book on Our Shared Shelf.

Our Shared Shelf: A Review

To escape my novel purgatory, I decided to join Our Shared Shelf. For those who are unfamiliar, Our Shared Shelf if Emma Watson's book club on Goodreads. I often draw my book recommendations from Goodreads along with a few lists Watson herself has composed, so for me, this book club was a no-brainer. 

The Circle Review

If a realistic dystopian novel about the internet peaks your interest, this one is for you. I went back and forth about reading this because there are so many mixed reviews, but in the end, I flew through this book. I read it in 2 days!

The Husband's Secret Review

This is the second novel I’ve read by Moriarty, and I was able to pick out similarities in her writing structure. She likes to have a “perfect” character who appears to have life figured out, then put them in a chaotic environment. She also likes to have multiple story lines and in the end mesh them together.

The Husband’s Secret provides mystery and comedy, but also leaves you thinking about it for days.

Big Little Lies: A book and TV series comparison

Liane Moriarty’s novel Big Little Lies released in 2014 and was an instant hit. Coincidentally, the first time I heard of the author was when Reese Witherspoon posted a photo Truly Madly Deeply on her Instagram account. If Reese was reading Moriarty, I knew I had to. I read Big Little Lies and I’m currently reading A Husband’s Secret.