For the love of The Mandalorian. And books.
Even when the woman has created the man, or monster.
If The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware were to be adapted, I hope it’s for the small screen. You can’t fit this mystery/horror into a two hour movie. This story of a governess taking care of three little girls in an old estate has many layers, polarizing characters, and a twist you doContinue reading “The Turn of The Key”
Whew! American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins is not for the faint of heart. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like for migrants coming from Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico…look no further. Immigrants do the work Americans find too low paying, demeaning or difficult, but what you don’t know is that washing dishes, cooking, landscaping and allContinue reading “Inspired by ‘American Dirt’”
Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica will keep you on your toes. A must-read for any mystery/thriller junkie! I’ll say no more!
Kindred is a timeless novel about time. Imagine going about your day when you just get snatched into history because you have a connection – unknown to you at the time- to a specific individual you are linked to in history. And what if that time period just so happened to be 1815, when slaveryContinue reading “Inspired by ‘Kindred’”
“Read. Everything you can get your hands on. Read until words become your friends. Then when you need to find one, they will jump into your mind, waving their hands for you to pick them. And you can select whichever you like, just like a captain choosing a stickball team.”- Karen Witemeyer
Jane Eyre is described as elfish, plain, with auburn or hazel hair and green eyes. Here she is with a favorite quote of mine.
Every library and book store should have this section dedicated to the books they -whatever they are- want us to forget.
Oh dear. If you’re new here, you know I rarely unleash one of my handy “just stop” memes for my book reviews. And that when I do it, it’s for good reason. I’m saddened to report a “wtf book” so early in the year, but here we are. That said, I don’t think many willContinue reading “‘The Maid’ Review”