Book Review: Wonder

During what are already some of the toughest years of human development, Auggie faces the additional challenge of being labelled “different” because of a craniofacial abnormality.

Book Review: By Wingéd Chair

By Wingéd Chair by Kendra Merritt I’m a huge supporter of my local library, but that doesn’t mean I won’t take advantage of a free trial of Kindle Unlimited when The Big River throws one my way. This book was part of my mad binge-reading during that trial. Description Seventeen-year-old Merry has one goal—become a … Continue reading “Book Review: By Wingéd Chair”

Book Review: One Little Lie

One Little Lie by Colleen Coble I had overdosed on Kristin Hannah and was looking for a change when I encountered this in the library’s eBook database. I remembered liking another book by this author, though I can’t recall the title now, so I gave it a read. Description Upon her father’s retirement, Jane Hardy … Continue reading “Book Review: One Little Lie”

Book Review: A Curse So Dark and Lonely

In this retelling of The Beaty & the Beast, tough-but-vulnerable Harper and arrogant-but-defeated Rhen must join forces to save the kingdom—and perhaps fall in love.


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