March 8, 2021

Ladies of the House by Lauren Edmondson (Review by Caitlin Winkler)

Rating: 4.5/5 stars Jane Austen is one of my favorite authors, if not my favorite author, of all time. I say this with 100% confidence because […]
March 6, 2021

Summer Brother by Jaap Robben (Review By Samantha Helias)

Rating: 3.25/5 stars Summer vacation typically means freedom and zero responsibilities, especially for the average thirteen year old boy. But when Brian finds out his older […]
March 4, 2021

The Restoration of Celia Fairchild by Marie Bostwick (Review by Lisa Albright)

5 stars This book was such a delight to read. Heartwarming, wholesome, charming, engaging, emotional, fun, happy are all descriptive words that come to mind. I […]
March 2, 2021

Sparks Like Stars by Nadia Hashimi (Review by Lara Ferguson)

Rating: 5/5 Sparks Like Stars, begins as a simple story about a strong, intelligent young girl, with a loving family, living a truly exceptional life. Set […]
February 28, 2021

The Invisible Woman by Erika Robuck (Review by Madhura Mukhopadhyay)

Rating: 4/5 When her parents take Virginia Hall to Paris for vacation as a child, little do they know they are about to change the trajectory […]
February 26, 2021

Barely Functional Adult by Meichi Ng (Review by Madhura Mukhopadhyay)

Rating: 5/5 Adulthood is hard. You’re booted off, unceremoniously, into the world to juggle your health, friendships, family, relationships, finances, career, and so on. I am […]
February 24, 2021

Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers (Review by Karina Kaushal)

4 Stars Honey Girl is a debut novel with a beautiful black girl with hair the color of honey, a LGBTQ, millennial couple, and a drunken […]
February 22, 2021

In The Company of Men by Véronique Tadjo (Review by Samantha Helias)

Rating: 3/5 stars In the Company of Men is a dark love letter to humanity revolving around the Ebola epidemic of 2014 to 2016. The novel […]
February 20, 2021

The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives by Lola Shoneyin (Review by Stacey Lorenson)

Rating: 5.0 The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives by Lola Shoneyin reminded me of Big Little Lies by Lynn Moriarty, Nigerian style. Each of Babi […]