The Radcliffe Ladies’ Reading Club by Julia Bryan Thomas takes escaping through books and using them to make sense of one’s place in the world to new heights.
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Clytemnestra by Costanza Casati: a Book Review
For readers who enjoy historical fiction, badass femme fatales, and good old-fashioned revenge, Clytemnestra by Costanza Casati is a must-add for your TBR list.
The Last Carolina Girl by Meagan Church: a Book Review
In The Last Carolina Girl, Leah Payne experiences many ways in which life can suddenly change: from losing the person you love most to the harsh edicts of a corrupt government institution.
It Ends at Midnight by Harriet Tyce: a Book Review
New Year’s Eve is an inspiring, heartwarming holiday—unless, like in It Ends at Midnight by Harriet Tyce, one never makes it to the big countdown.
A Legacy of Bones by Doug Burgess: a Book Review
In A Legacy of Bones by Doug Burgess, the Hawaiian landscape is the backdrop for a history of misery that will define the Lathrop family.
One Month of You by Suzanne Ewart: a Book Review
One Month of You by Suzanne Ewart explores the importance of spending time wisely, weighs romantic hope versus realistic expectations, and seamlessly combines tenderness with grit and fortitude.
The Sisters We Were by Wendy Willis Baldwin: a Book Review
The Sisters We Were by Wendy Willis Baldwin proves that while actions have consequences, they can also yield unexpected rewards.