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The Husbands

April 24, 2024

I found this to be such an interesting and unique premise. As someone who's had alternate timeline fatigue, this is a very clever way to…

The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches

April 10, 2024

It’s as if Practical Magic and The House by the Cerulean Sea had the cutest baby who never cried. It's a cozy delight with troupes…

I Cheerfully Refuse

April 10, 2024

This contained story uses dystopia as the background engine for the premise and focuses on the characters. It is equal parts poetic and gritty. Some…

The Other Valley

April 3, 2024

As a reader, I've realized I like to be hooked by an author's premise, and I really enjoyed this premise. Even though time travel exists,…

Pathogenesis: A History of the World in Eight Plagues

March 27, 2024

This is probably one of my favorite nonfiction reads of the last few years. It sounds very dense and tough, but it is not. It…

The Mysterious Case of the Alpertone Angels

March 20, 2024

The really clever part of this book is that it's a mixed media book - it's all told through emails, text messages, interview transcripts, newspaper…

The Excitements

March 13, 2024

The most unexpected delight! Adorable, coziest of capers. It's the weirdest (and best) combination of super fluff with a lot of substance. If you like…

Listen for the Lie

March 6, 2024

This book was FANTASTIC! An intriguing story of a murder mystery, amnesia, and a true crime podcast.


February 28, 2024

This book is more than what you think! Sure, there is suspense and heart-pounding tension, but it is also about disbelief, frustration, and surprise. The…

The Shamshine Blind

February 28, 2024

The story is told through a heady premise that is used as a fearless way to tell a story. I love the adaptation of the…