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2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 25 books toward her goal of 175 books.

Book Review: Brain Damage by J.A. St. Thomas

I wasn’t sure about this one at first – I liked the beginning, but it wasn’t sucking me in the way I hoped it would (it felt a little too “teenage angst”), until all of a sudden I just found myself hooked… I can’t point to what did it, but at some point early on […]

Book Review: After Anna by Lisa Scottoline

There’s no denying that Lisa Scottoline writes a compelling, easy-to-read story. She is a storyteller – her style and voice(s) are strong and clear and crisp and very engaging. I really liked the format – the back-and-forth in time (separated into “before” and “after” segments for each narrative character) and setting was an interesting way […]

Book Review: The Coincidence Makers by Yoav Blum

OH. MY. GOODNESS. What a lovely, lyrical story this was, and what a talent Blum possesses! This book was such an absolutely beautifully and delicately crafted tale (even more so than the evocative cover!) – I didn’t even realize how much so until near the end, when the purpose of all the coincidences finally became […]

Book Review: The Zanna Function by Daniel Wheatley

I am a huge fan of world-within-the-world (or -behind-the-world) books, in which self-described “average” or “outsider” characters who have always felt lost suddenly find out that the world is much bigger/different/stranger than everyone realized and that their outsider status in the *real* world was due to their exceptional positioning in the bigger/different/stranger world. When I […]

Book Review: A Way Out by Michelle Balge

I am always astounded at the bravery inherent in writing a memoir about one’s personal battles, particularly when they fall within the broad-brush category of mental health. If I’ve learned anything by reading books like Balge’s, it’s that our brains lie to us all the time – and for some reason, scarily, particularly when we […]



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