Book Review: “Lessons in Chemistry, by Bonnie Garmus”

Bonnie Garmus's debut novel, Lessons in Chemsitry, is what the world needs right now. This books features a woman ahead of her time, with an unusual desire to understand things, a brilliant dog side kick, and some amazing supporting characters. I am not giving a full picture on purpose of this book because you MUST… Continue reading Book Review: “Lessons in Chemistry, by Bonnie Garmus”

Book Review: “The Change, by Kirsten Miller”

Everything, is not how it seems. Kirsten Millers' The Change is a reckoning book. It thrums with this boiling energy that makes you curious where is she taking this story. In this books reality there are three main characters, an unlikly trio turned best friends all with extrodinary gifts and all fed up with the… Continue reading Book Review: “The Change, by Kirsten Miller”

Book Review: “Gallant, by Victoria Schawb”

First of all- any book written by V.E. Schawb, is ALWAYS a must read for me. This book, supposed to be a young adult book, is rather dark and is an excellent listen on Audible. "Olivia... Olivia... Olivia... you must not return to Gallant." Just typing the words I can hear the narrator speaking those… Continue reading Book Review: “Gallant, by Victoria Schawb”

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”

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”