I did not expect to cry, but this book brought out the tears - in a good way!
Since literally everyone is reading or has read and reviewed this book, I'll try to keep this short and sweet.
My Rating: ★★★★★ Genre(s): Horror Format: Audiobook by Audible; narrated by Campbell Scott Jack Torrance's new job at the Overlook Hotel is the perfect chance for a fresh start. As the off-season caretaker at the atmospheric old hotel, he'll have plenty of time to spend reconnecting with his family and working on his writing. But as … Continue reading Book Review: “The Shining” by Stephen King
This book review first appeared on MuggleNet's Book Trolley. Storm: It's a Curse to Remember by Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu is unlike any book I’ve ever read before. And I'll be honest right up front - this is both good and bad. Evan Storm suffers from recurring nightmares about a man named Derek. But these aren’t your … Continue reading Book Review: “Storm: It’s a Curse to Remember” by Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu
This review first appeared on MuggleNet.com's Book Trolley. Genre: Thriller Rating: ★★★★★ Format: ARC Claire Rawlings is speeding down the freeway, her two sleeping daughters in the back seat, when she is overcome by an allergic reaction to a recent vaccine. She pulls over into a nearby gas station, rushes into the outdoor bathroom, and leaves her … Continue reading Book Review: “Little Lovely Things” by Maureen Joyce Connolly
This review first appeared on MuggleNet's Book Trolley. My Rating: ★★★★☆ Genre(s): Young Adult Format: ARC provided by Scholastic Anything But Okay by Sarah Darer Littman is about a girl named Stella, and the struggles her family faces when her older brother, Rob, returns from his second tour in Afghanistan as almost a complete stranger. No one … Continue reading Book Review: “Anything But Okay” by Sarah Darer Littman
My Rating: ★★★★★ Genre(s): Young Adult; LGBT+ Format: Audiobook by Audible, narrated by Richa Shukla Plot: Seventeen-year-old Rukhsana Ali tries her hardest to live up to her conservative Muslim parents’ expectations, but lately she’s finding that harder and harder to do. She rolls her eyes instead of screaming when they blatantly favor her brother and she dresses conservatively … Continue reading Book Review: The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan