Review: In the Midst of Winter by Isabel Allende

Title: In the Midst of Winter Author: Isabel Allende Pages: 352 Genre: Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction Source: Free ARC from Atria Rating: 4 stars Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received this book for free from Atria via NetGalley. I pride myself on writing fair and honest reviews. Review: I’m finding the plot of this book rather difficult to summarize, Continue reading Review: In the Midst of Winter by Isabel Allende

Review: I Found You by Lisa Jewell

Title: I Found You Author: Lisa Jewell Pages: 352 Genre: Mystery, Fiction Source: Free ARC from Atria Rating: A- Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received this book for free from Atria via NetGalley. I pride myself on writing fair and honest reviews. Summary: Alice Lake is a single mother barely keeping it together in a small seaside town, when Continue reading Review: I Found You by Lisa Jewell

Review: Every Dead Thing by John Connolly

Title: Every Dead Thing Author: John Connolly Pages: 480 Genre: Mystery, Thriller Source: Free ARC from Atria Rating: C Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received this book for free from Atria via NetGalley. I pride myself on writing fair and honest reviews. Summary: Charlie Parker is a reformed alcoholic who left the NYPD for PI work when his wife and Continue reading Review: Every Dead Thing by John Connolly

Review: And Every Morning The Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Frederik Backman

Title: And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer Author: Frederik Backman Pages: 96 Genre: Fiction Source: Free ARC from Atria Rating: B Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received this book for free from Atria via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review (and trust me, honest is always what you’ll get). Summary: Getting old is Continue reading Review: And Every Morning The Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Frederik Backman

Review: Darktown by Thomas Mullen

Title: Darktown Author: Thomas Mullen Pages: 384 Genre: Historical Fiction, Mystery Source: Free ARC from Atria Rating: A Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received this book for free from Atria via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review (and trust me, honest is always what you’ll get). Review: On the cusp of the civil rights movement in 1948, the Continue reading Review: Darktown by Thomas Mullen