A Girl’s Guide to Moving On: a Review

Originally posted on Kristen Reads:
A Girl’s Gude to Moving On By Debbie Macomber 352 pages The book opens with a quick backstory about a mother in law and her daughter in law going through divorces at the same time.  The two women create a list to help them through the rough transition to single…

Library of Souls:a Review

Library of Souls By  Ransom Riggs 464 pages We catch up with our peculiar friends-minus a few.  Jacob and Emma continue in the mission to wipe out all the hollowgasts and weights and to stop Miss Peregrine’s brother from reacting the event that created the hollows in the first place.  Their journey is quite adventurous…

The Flood Girls: a Review

The Flood Girls by Richard Fifield 336 pages Rachel needs to make amends.  She’s gone ghrough all the steps of AA.  She’s been sober.  Life is good.  But she is still brought down by the memories of the torment she caused her small town growing up, and the unforgiving relationship with her mother.  Unable to…

Wreck and Order: a Review 

Wreck and Order by Hannah Tennant-Moore 304 pages Elise has no idea where her life is headed and what her purpose is.  Spending time in California, NYC, Paris and Sir Lanka she travels to discover herself and to run from damaging relationships.  In California, she had Jared: a drunk, drug addict who was abusive.  Running…

Tender: a review

Tender by Belinda McKeon 416 pages Catherine meets her best friend, James, in college.  Actually she took over his lease while he ventured to Berlin for his photography.  When he returns, he stays with Catherine and her roommates.  Catherine and James are the perfect pair.  However, their friendship is completely ruined when she discovers she…

Miss Perigrine: a Review

              Miss Perigrine’s Home for Peculiar People AND Hollow City I read these books back to back, so I have decided to combine the review.  In the first book, you meet Jacob, a high schooler who witnesses his grandfather’s death in the woods. The grandfather’s last words were quite…

You Were Here: a Review

You Were Here by Cori McCarhy 400 pages Jaycee’s brother was a big time daredevil, had no fear and a love for abandoned place. The night of his high school graduation he was dared to jump from the swing set bars.  Willingly accepting, Jake fell and broke his neck.  The accident left Jaycee emotionally scarred….