PNW finally got the memo that it is fall, and this is the perfect dreary weather read. Spells for Forgetting, is something I think we all have wondered about, wouldn’t it just be easier if you could just forget something that hurts deeply? This book takes place on a fake island in Washington’s Puget Sound.… Continue reading Book Review: “Spells for Forgetting, by Adrienne Young”
Category: Books, Books & more Books!
Reading opens up worlds, and other dimensions only our brains can see. It is the portal to adventures, history and so much more. Here lies some amazing books.
Book Review: “Fairy Tale, by Stephen King”
First of all, who can say no to a current day literal fairytale that was thought up during the early starts of the pandemic?! Needing an escape from reality it seems, Stephen King created a world wholly relatable yet… magic in of itself? This tale has vast array cast of characters yet and not to… Continue reading Book Review: “Fairy Tale, by Stephen King”
Book Review: “The House Across the Lake, by Riley Sager
Those that know me, know I LOVE a good suspenseful thriller. Riley Sager has been a pretty solid author in my book. However, I can honestly say his first couple books were the bestest. This book, is the PERFECT fall read, it takes place during fall in Vermont- and can seriously give the cozy sweater… Continue reading Book Review: “The House Across the Lake, by Riley Sager
Book Review: “A History of Wild Places, by Shea Ernshaw”
“History of Wild Places by Shea Ernshaw”l.” Must read 📕! Mystery. Missing person. Cult-ish. Wild. Last resort. This book was all over- it hit so many boxes, and is a fast read. One of the things I found fascinating by this book is that it has glimpses of PNW, and partially takes place nearby on… Continue reading Book Review: “A History of Wild Places, by Shea Ernshaw”
Magical Book Moment!
I saw this photo/meme posted online, and it made me smile SO big. I struggled with reading, even by the time I was in 5th Grade, it just wasn't clicking- I knew the words, but the meaning did not happen. I remember the very moment that all those words became un-jumbled, and opened up my… Continue reading Magical Book Moment!
Book Review: “Midnight at the Library, Matt Haig”
Have you ever wanted to just end it all? Most of us at some point or the other have wondered what would happen if you ceased to exist. Queue in Nora Speed- a girl that had many possibilities. Growing up and different paths she took, sadly after life happening the one path she wants to… Continue reading Book Review: “Midnight at the Library, Matt Haig”
Book Review: “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, V.E Schwab”
This book- oh my goodness. Let me start at the ending it was bittersweet- upon finishing the last few pages, and closing the book I couldn't help but cry. Addie, Henry and even Luc became part of an intimate friendship it made me incredibly sad I would not see how the rest of their stories… Continue reading Book Review: “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, V.E Schwab”
Book Review: “Meet Me in Another Life, Catriona Silvey”
Meet Me in Another Life” is heart wrenchingly brilliant. I haven’t finished it… yet. I am enjoying it enough to share before I finish it! That’s saying something. I don’t know yet- how it all ties together. We never really do, do we? But the parallel question of what if two people were repeatedly brought… Continue reading Book Review: “Meet Me in Another Life, Catriona Silvey”
Book Review: “Project Hail Mary, Andy Weir”
Those that know me, know I love books. I am an avid reader but also I love to listen to audiobooks, they’re great for doing yard work or while cooking. As it happens, it seems I am a bit on a space kick right now. What am I reading:Project Hail Mary, by Andy Weir! The… Continue reading Book Review: “Project Hail Mary, Andy Weir”
Book Review: “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo- Taylor Jenkins-Reid”
What am I reading? Or finished? In the last couple of days I finished off this amazing novel. The Seven Lives of Evelyn Hugo is a throwback to a beautiful time. It maybe beautiful, ornate, grandeur- BUT, the 1950’s was a trying time for women working in the filming industry, and let’s be honest; a… Continue reading Book Review: “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo- Taylor Jenkins-Reid”