The Invoice – Jonas Karlsson

Hey guys! So, it's late (again), so I'm just hurrying and writing this. With out rereading it (yes, I usually do that). Oops. Enjoy! Oh, the book is The Invoice by Jonas Karlsson. Hilarious, profound, and achingly true-to-life, Jonas Karlsson’s novel explores the true nature of happiness through the eyes of hero you won’t soon forget A... Continue Reading →

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Betty Smith)

Hulloa! I'm back!! I read a book. I'm reviewing it. The book is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. Enjoy.  The beloved American classic about a young girl's coming-of-age at the turn of the century, Betty Smith's A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is a poignant and moving tale filled with compassion and cruelty, laughter and... Continue Reading →

Am I a Witness?? Apparently Not…

Good morning!! (Or evening, or I guess whatever it is when you read this...) The book I'm reviewing is Amazing Honesty by fellow blogger/author/homeschooler, Rosey Mucklestone!! (You can find her awesome blog here.)  Never before has Robin Rafferty had such severe consequences for coming home late from school. She has a run in with a robber on... Continue Reading →

The Angels Dance

Hello! Sorry I was late again... But yesterday I had school, then the zoo, and I didn't have a pre-made post. Anyways, today is a book called I Know Why the Angels Dance by Bryan Davis. It's about what to do when grieving, and it's really cool. I hope you enjoy the review!! 🙂    ... Continue Reading →

A Murder in Guatemala

Hey everyone! I'm here reviewing the book Betrayed by Jeanette Windle. This action-packed international thriller brings readers to Guatemala, where anthropologist Vicki Andrews discovers that her sister has been murdered. Guatemalan authorities dismiss her death as another of the country's frequent muggings or a kidnap-for-ransom, but Vicki refuses to accept their verdict. Vicki launches her own... Continue Reading →

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