Realities In the vast and captivating realm of literature, Book Reviews serve as lighthouses guiding readers through uncharted waters of literary creations. Books have the unique ability to transport us to different worlds, immerse us in varied experiences, and above all, shed light on the intricacies of human existence. This article delves into the profound significance of Book Reviews about … Read More
Read August 2022 Recommended for people in the 2000s unratable
Back in the day–ie, as they were released–I read all of the Stephanie Plum books. No matter how ridiculous, I could say that they gave me at least one laugh-out-loud moment. So I stuck with the series, at least up until book 20 or so, when I finally tired of
Not finished August 2022 Recommended for serious Connolly fans ★ ★
Pusat Berita Terkini Dear John,
I wanted to read a book about Charlie. His buddies, Louis and Angel. His ghost-kid. Maybe something sort of supernatural. But this felt like an EXTRA!!! version of a Connolly book, the ridiculous kind, like a taco shell wrapped around another taco. (Have
Read August 2022 Recommended for people fans of water, thrillers, procedurals ★ ★ ★ ★
It was probably four chapters before I really stopped to take a breath. It’s been awhile since I had a read like that viscerally engaging, so kudos to Mayne. From that gut-clench beginning, it slows down a bit into a Hollywood version of a police
Read May 2022 Recommended for thriller fans ★ ★
I’m not the audience for this book. You like this author? Awesome. Move along. Nothing to see here.
Here’s the deal: there’s this person I’m dating and this is the second book they gave me to try. The author is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, so there’s a semi-local connection for us, and
Read May 2022 Recommended for Wodehouse fans ★ ★ ★ 1/2
While Bertie Wodehouse is a delight, there’s only so many times one can read about the cow creamer escapade. I think. (I’m putting it at once every five to seven years, if you are interested). So when I saw this book advertised as ‘Wodehousian,’ my interest was definitely piqued.
Read July 2022 Recommended for Easy Rawlins fans who have run out of books ★ ★ ★
I like Walter Mosley, I really do. His writing captures that blend of action, description and social commentary that elevates a good mystery into the sublime. I’ve long been a fan of Easy Rawlins, his longest-running series, but Socrates’ stories in Always Outnumbered,
Read August 2022 Recommended for Pollyannas of all genders ★ ★ ★ ★
I want to live in Becky Chamber’s world. I’m not dragging on them, really, I’m not. But the world in Psalm is genial, and comforting and almost–may the six or seven gods forgive me–like a cup of tea.
Oh, yes, I said it. Tea. What