Month: November 2018

  • 1st To Die

    1st To Die

    This was my first time reading a James Patterson book and I chose the first in the Women’s Murder Club series because I had heard good things about it and Patterson actually wrote this book himself.   (He is notorious for only writing a fraction of his books and writing outlines he gives to his co-authors […]

  • Documenting Light

    Documenting Light

    I read this book because I am attending a meeting for librarians to discuss LGBTQ+ books and this one was on a list of fiction that features transgender characters.  I enjoyed this book and feel like it would be a great read for anyone who is transgender, exploring their identity, or cisgender and who wants […]

  • Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

    Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

    This book has been on my TBR list for a while so I was very happy when my book club picked it to read.  I had heard great things which sometimes worries me.  Would the book be as good as most people say it is? Will these reviews cloud my own judgement of the book?  […]

  • Presumed Innocent

    Presumed Innocent

    It took me a while to write this review because my feelings on this book are so conflicted. On one hand, I thought this was a well-crafted legal thriller that kept me guessing but the misogyny and racism that was rampant throughout the book was hard to take.  I had to remind myself that this […]