2020 Reading Challenge

2020 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 6 books toward her goal of 240 books.

Book Review: The Readers’ Room by Antoine Laurain

Oh but I do love the magical writing of Antoine Laurain (and his talented translation team)! In this latest, Laurain brings us into the world of books, authors, and publishing (a topic near and dear to his heart and often present in his work). There’s a successful book. A missing author. An editor with memory […]

Book Review: Drive by John Nuckel (Audiobook Version)

Today I’m pleased to bring you an audio book review by The AudioBook Guy. It’s one I think I’m going to have to track down in *real* book form, so be sure to check it out. Enjoy!

About the Book In the late 1800s, a secret society was formed by a captain from Teddy […]

Book Review: The Archive of the Forgotten by A.J. Hackwith

Oh. My. GOODNESS!!!!!

I don’t normally gush, but you’re going to see more adjectives here – and superlative ones, at that – than normal. The book deserves them all, plain and simple.

I couldn’t imagine how the incredible world-building and characterizations of The Library of the Unwritten could be improved upon, but somehow A.J. […]

Book Review AND Author Q&A: Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger

About the Book Bestselling and award-winning author Lisa Unger returns with her best novel yet. Reminiscent of the classic Strangers on a Train, Confessions on the 7:45 is a riveting psychological thriller that begins with a chance encounter on a commuter train and shows why you should never, ever make conversation with strangers.

Be careful […]

Book Review: Out of the Pantry by Ronni Robinson

I’m always impressed by anyone’s ability to write a frank memoir about their own struggles in which they objectively present their neuroses and challenges, particularly in mental health, and lay themselves bare for others to read. I think it’s tremendously valuable and marvelous that people do so, because without a shared identity and story it […]