Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

I give Celeste Ng 4 out of 5 birds for Everything I Never Told You. This was a very unique read. It was terribly sad and depressing but beautifully written. I wanted to finish, but it was by no means a happy book. So perhaps wait until after Covid-19. The pain and sorrow in this... Continue Reading →

On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King

I give Stephen King 5 out of 5 birds for his book On Writing! I've been reading different writing books of an on and this one was great. It's not the typical "step one do this" but it begins with Stephen's story from childhood on and how he became a writer. It gave me a... Continue Reading →

The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

I give Margaret Atwood and The Testaments 3 out of 5 birds.... It's the second in the Handmaid's Tale Series. Was this book needed? No, not really. I did enjoy aunt Lydia and did think some of the other narrators were occasionally interesting. I enjoyed it but not enough to remember details.... If you like... Continue Reading →

You Too? by Janet Gurtler

I give You Too? by Janet Gurtler 5 out of 5 birds! I received this months ago from Netgalley but had such a hard time opening hence the delay.... But I'm so glad I did! I think everyone should read it. My eyes were open to new ways of thinking. Ideas that were not even... Continue Reading →

The Woman in Cabin 10

I'll give The Woman in Cabin 10 4 out of 5 birds. I think while reading it I was thinking a solid 3 birds but I'm remembering it fondly now... It was a classic page turner full of twists and turns. I had to fight some of it because it seemed SO FAR FETCHED. But... Continue Reading →

Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage

I give this book 5 out of 5 birds and all I can say is "Oh my holy crap!" Seriously, this book is demented and I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. It was fascinating and so messed up. So unless you are part of the unique population who enjoys the... Continue Reading →

Elevation

Elevation by Stephen King I give this book 4 out of 5 birds. When I think Stephen King I think blood, guts, and murder. I've only read a handful of his works but this one left my surprised.... It was not scary.at.all. I slept soundly the night I finished it. I had a range of... Continue Reading →

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