Tags archives: book review

  • Book Review: The Sisters of Versailles by Sally Christie

  •   It arrived on a Friday and was delightfully devoured in a weekend.  At just over 400 pages, it was a surprisingly quick read.  If you're looking for a great weekend escape (via book), I would absolutely recommend first time Canadian novelist Sally Christie's The Sisters of Versailles. Here is how Simon & Schuster describe it:   I really was taken away and felt a[...]
  • Book Review: The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman

  • I really do try to celebrate the small things in life.  One of those small things is being an advance reader for Simon and Schuster:) Having a new book arrive is such a treat! I've been introduced to books I would not have picked up for myself, which is always fun. When the most recent book arrived I had high hopes.  I've heard great things about Alice Hoffman, but never read any of her books. [...]
  • Book Review: Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

  • Books, I love them.  I have always loved reading and it helps that I am relatively quick at it.  I've been on a Scandanavian Thriller binge recently thanks to inheriting my mother's old Kobo and basically reading every book marked 'closed' - meaning, every book my mom read:) We have pretty similar tastes, or more accurately my taste is similar to hers. Needless to say when I received a note fro[...]