When I say One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus is a page-turner- I mean it is a page-turner. This novel is a read-it-in-four-days-and-feel-a-connection-to-the-characters type of page-turner. Now that I’ve made my obsession with this book known, I suppose it would be a good idea to describe it to you. One of us is Lying is a murder mystery … Continue reading Move “One of Us is Lying” to the Top of Your Reading List…Now.
Even with the world constantly evolving and modernizing in front of my eyes, a library book will always win the fight against an e-book or store bought book in my mind. My relationship with books began at a very young age; my parents constantly read to me and I quickly grew fond of all kinds … Continue reading Library Books: A Love Story
While The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett by Annie Lyons revolves largely around death, the novel has an unassuming cheer about itself. Though it could be gathered from the title, this book details the life of Eudora Honeysett and how she has endured her often gloomy days and how she comes to make the most … Continue reading The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett is as Brilliant as it Claims
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens is a story set in the 1960s that follows two timelines of a girl, Kya Murphy, living alone on the outskirts of town on a marsh in North Carolina. The novel begins with six-year-old Kya witnessing her mother walk out of their run-down house, unbeknownst to her, for … Continue reading Where the Crawdads Sing Book Review
I may be a little late on the Little Women movie review, but in all seriousness I don't think that any movie with Timothee Chalamet will be going out of style any time soon.