Oh how I loved WASHINGTON BLACK by Esi Edugyan! I was in need of lovely, sensory language and an engaging … More
I picked THE WIFE by Meg Wolitzer for our book club, as I thought it would be so much fun … More
I don’t review a great number of nonfiction on Goodreads, but to those who know me (and my penchant for … More
This little book took me by surprise in a big way. A debut with a long list of well-deserved literary honors.
The language is poetic and lyrical. Taylor Brown creates an incredible sense of place that transports the reader.
Jillian Cantor is a natural at her first dual-narrative novel… fascinating insight about a little-known resistance tool during WWII …
I was fascinated by WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING when I first learned about author Delia Owens’s background studying wildlife in … More
THE WEIGHT OF INK by Rachel Kadish is one of those books that, when you close its covers upon reading … More
Wow! What a fascinating book written with absolutely gorgeous, transporting prose. I tend to enjoy dual-period books, but THE RIVER … More
Wow. What an ambitious accomplishment for a debut author (any author, really) – a story following the lives of one … More