Mini Reviews: So You Want to Talk About Race, The Glass Hotel

Mini Reviews: So You Want to Talk About Race, The Glass Hotel

Two different books, one more enjoyable over the other, and ironically, it's the nonfiction that stood out more than my usual fair of fiction. I actually did a bigger rant about The Glass Hotel in my Goodreads review, but I didn't want to repeat that here, so I truncated the short rant to something a bit more [...]

Mini Reviews: A Woman of No Importance, If Beale Street Could Talk

Mini Reviews: A Woman of No Importance, If Beale Street Could Talk

Some more audiobook reviews coming your way! I love about how different types of women used their skills in World War II. Virginia is definitely one who fits the bill, which is fantastic. I suppose I must have been a bit disillusioned by this whole "love conquers all" statement, because this classic didn't resonate with [...]

An Epistolary Mystery || Where’d You Go, Bernadette? Review

An Epistolary Mystery || Where’d You Go, Bernadette? Review

Initial Thoughts:  Actually enjoyed this! I wouldn't even have minded it if it was mostly Bernadette's POV either, since she's a hoot. WHERE'D YOU GO, BERNADETTE by Maria Semple Little, Brown Books, August 2012 Contemporary fiction, humor Rated: 4 / 5 cookies Bernadette Fox has vanished. When her daughter Bee claims a family trip to [...]