What a quirky read! I loved it. Sourdough was one of my September picks for Book of the Month Club and I'm super glad I chose it! I had read Mr. Penumbra's 24 Hour Bookstore two or so years ago and I really enjoyed it. I thought it was heartfelt and funny. The cultural references were timely, if not… Continue reading Sourdough | Robin Sloan
This book left me breathless and full of hope, love and not without a small amount of sadness. It’s one of those books that is both heartbreaking and rejuvenating at once. It’s that time of year, or quickly approaching anyway, where I start to reflect on everything I’ve read this year and Little Fires Everywhere… Continue reading Little Fires Everywhere | Celeste Ng
Hello bibliophiles! Sorry for the radio silence for the past month or so. I've been a busy bee and while I have had time to read I have not found much time to blog. So here we are, in early October (one of my favorite months of the year!) and I'm ready to get back… Continue reading October Hiatus
Greetings, Readers! This is a review that has been sitting in my drafts for two months. I forgot it was there! I read this back in August while I was on vacation, or shortly before that. Sorry for the delay! I keep reading books that I picked up initially due to the physicality of the… Continue reading Relief Map | Rosalie Knecht
It's another rainy day, here in New England, as Hurricane Jose skirts around the edge of the northeastern seaboard. Although I was expecting more rain. It's just a little drizzly for the time being. I'm enjoying one of my two days off this week. It's a little sad that it will mostly be spent in… Continue reading Blanched, Shocked, Skinned and Seeded?
I took a brief break from my current love affair with Historical Fiction and dove into Han Kang's The Vegetarian at the behest of a friend who lent it to me, eager to know what I thought of it. I was certainly intrigued by the premise and the synopsis on the back cover had me… Continue reading The Vegetarian | Han Kang
It's one of those balmy mid September days that can invade Boston after a cold snap, a little humid, 80 some odd degrees. Scrolling through instagram this morning made me wish I had the day off to hang out outside and read! I follow a lot of book accounts on instagram and they never cease… Continue reading Chasing The Sun