My Review: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

If every book read like this for me, I would seriously find a job that I could hide behind a counter and read all day….This book nourished my soul. 299 more words


Review: Behind the Falls by Brenda Z

This book starts out with Noah in a car traveling halfway across the country with his parents to go live in his grandmother’s house. Because I kinda know this author and because I did not ask what this book was about (remember I try not to know anything about the book I am about to read)….I half way expected old granny to be kept in the shed in the back garden feeding on live chickens. 1,177 more words


My Review: The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy

Never been both, so happy to see a book end and sad at to finish the last page as I have with TPoT. This is one of the types of books I love the most…so beautiful that you ache with each word you read…yet at the same time your gut is clinched in knots that are painful and your heart is pounding out of your chest because of the horrors you are witnessing. 767 more words


Review (Revisited): Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum

Okay….so now I need to figure out how to review a book that I didn’t even read….

So yes, this isn’t really a review, but it does contain some of my thoughts about this book…. 804 more words


My Review: The Child Thief by Brom

Have you heard of Peter Pan? Of course you have! But have you read Peter Pan? If you have…well have you ever stopped and thought about the story? 314 more words