Book Review: The Arrangement by Sarah Dunn

Book Review: The Arrangement by Sarah Dunn

I was recently discussing the trend of ‘books about alternative relationships’ with another bibliophile, and we both agreed that there is a real appetite for comic as well as literary explorations of this topic. I recently reviewed a book by Zoey Leigh...
Book Review: Mannheim Rex by Rob Pobi

Book Review: Mannheim Rex by Rob Pobi

I was lucky enough to spend my childhood summers next to a lake; I swam in it, lay beside it, snorkeled around it, boated over top of it, and even constructed my own little wading pool on the shores of it. But when I would dive down deep to get a better look at...
Book Review: Faithful by Alice Hoffman

Book Review: Faithful by Alice Hoffman

Alice Hoffman has quite a following, in fact one of her books was awarded the prestigious ‘O Book Club’ sticker, and she’s written a ton of stuff since so she’s no stranger to the literary spotlight. Despite her fame, I’ve never read a...
Book Review: Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple

Book Review: Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple

I loved Maria Semple’s last book Where’d You Go Bernadette, so I was excited to pick up her follow-up novel, Today Will Be Different. It also takes place in Seattle (Semple’s hometown), and once again the protagonist Eleanor Flood is a wacky,...
Book Review: Before the Fall by Noah Hawley

Book Review: Before the Fall by Noah Hawley

Pretty sure I’ve mentioned that I’m a nervous flier before on this blog before. I wouldn’t call myself a bad flier, because I do it quite often (one of my life’s greatest ironies unfortunately), but I’m a white knuckler for sure. I care...