Hold on to all your internal organs, The Split by Sharon Bolton, is going to screw you around so much that you won’t know your kidney from your esophagus.
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My review of Incendiary is to come next month but in the meantime, here is my FFBC Book spotlight for Incendiary!
How is everyone doing … what is everyone doing during while staying at home? This is the stay at home book tag! Step in side…
Aurora Burning (Aurora Cycle #2) by Aime Kaufman and Jay Kristoff releases the 312 Squad on May 5th, meshing themes of grief, PTSD, and generational effects of war, with intergalactic hi-jinx we’ve come to expect.
For whoever needs to hear this- Today is Friday and you SHOULD NOT ingest disinfectants! There is no sanitizing the chosen first lines from the 2020 Spring/Summer Fling.
June Hur’s debut Silence of Bones is a beautifully painted walk through 1800’s (Joseon) Korea that tackles themes of inequality with a kick-ass female heroin. It also fights through a confusing, predictable mystery because there is just SO MUCH BOOK IN THIS BOOK (not in a good way). But many loved this one, so YMMV