Book Review: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

5/5 Stars "It's always been fascinating to me how things can be simultaneously true and false, how people can be good and bad all in one, how someone can love you in a way that is beautifully selfless while serving themselves ruthlessly." . This book took me by surprise. I went in blind without reading... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna by Juliet Grames

5/5 Stars We're gonna start with a quote and end with a quote: . "This was the trouble with emigration - it dismantled the patriarchy. Because really, what did Assunta, or any woman, need a husband for, when she did every goddamn thing herself?" The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna is a fictionalized... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Nightingale

I've read several Kristin Hannah books and am always mesmerized by her stories; her character development is impeccable, relatable, and brilliant. The Nightingale was no different. I was unable to put this book down, engaged at every turn and emotionally invested until the last page. Vianne and Isabelle Rossignol are sisters living in France during... Continue Reading →

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