Book Review: Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy Jones and the Six is the latest novel from the author of much beloved The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, which I read and enjoyed last summer. I was incredibly curious about Daisy Jones, which tackles the history of a fictional 70’s rock band, and decided to give it a try before the hype truly set in.

Book Review: The Familars by Stacey Halls

I love historical fiction, but it tends to get cast aside in favour of science fiction and fantasy for me. Enter The Familiars, a gorgeous book set during the 17th century witch trials in England, with a cover that I couldn’t resist. I won an early copy of this book back in July and am kicking myself for not reading it sooner! This debut novel investigates class, privilege, female friendships, and the danger of being a social outcast, all with a touch of the unknown.

Book Review: The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi

The YA book world is currently buzzing about The Gilded Wolves, a new heist novel from Roshani Chokshi that looked like so much fun. It has heists! Diversity! 17th century Paris! Magic! What’s not to love? I went into this book with high expectations, and while I liked it well enough I just didn’t love it as much as everyone else seems to at the moment. While there were aspects that were good, I had some issues with other parts.

Book Review: The Lake House by Kate Morton

I always say that I love historical fiction, however I so rarely read for it.  When my sister Julia and I started our podcast You’re Never Going to Read This, I knew I was going to be recommended a fair amount of historical fiction.  The Lake House was indeed one of Julia’s pick for me, and I’m so glad I ended up reading it.  This book has its ups and downs, however I thought it was one of the most beautifully atmospheric historical fiction books I’ve ever read.

Blog Tour: Paris Adrift by E. J. Swift

I'm so happy to be part of the Paris Adrift blog tour!  This weird and wonderful book is one that has stuck with me long after reading. So let’s start out by saying that Paris Adrift is a very strange and surreal book.  If the surreal isn’t your thing, I’d suggest approaching with caution.  However if you’re in the mood for something a little different, Paris Adrift could be your perfect read.

Review: The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell

The Silent Companions had been sitting quietly on my Kindle for months when Author Sister recommended it.  She had purchased the hardcover and absolutely devoured it -- it ticks a lot of boxes for both of us. I decided to pick up her copy to beat back some of the post-holiday fatigue and was floored by this modern gothic novel.