ARC, e-Book, Historical Fiction, NetGalley

Review: The Runaway Children by Sandy Taylor

Title: The Runaway ChildrenAuthor: Sandy TaylorEdition: E-bookGenre: Historical FictionPages: 365Publication Date: December 08, 2017Rating: 4.0GoodreadsOver the past several years I have become increasing interested in the history surrounding World War II and because of that I have begun reading more and more historical fiction books dealing with this subject matter with many more waiting to… Continue reading Review: The Runaway Children by Sandy Taylor

ARC, Contemporary Fiction, e-Book, NetGalley

Review: The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin

Title: The ImmortalistsAuthor: Chloe BenjaminEdition: E-bookGenre: Contemporary FictionPages: 352Publication Date: January 09, 2018Rating: 4.0GoodreadsIf someone offered you the chance to know the date of your death, would you take it?  How would knowing this most important date change the way in which you would live your life?  Would you make the most out of everyday or… Continue reading Review: The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin

ARC, e-Book, NetGalley, Suspense

Review: The Night Child by Anna Quinn

Title: The Night Child Author: Anna Quinn Edition: E-book Genre: Suspense Source: NetGalley, Blackstone Publishing Publication Date: January 30, 2018 Rating: 4.0/5.0 Goodreads Nora, a high school AP English teacher, is eager to finish her last day of school before the Thanksgiving holiday so she can start her annual holiday vacation with her husband and… Continue reading Review: The Night Child by Anna Quinn

ARC, e-Book, Mystery, NetGalley, Thriller

Review: Bonfire by Krysten Ritter

Title: BonfireAuthor: Krysten RitterEdition: E-bookGenre: Mystery, ThrillerPages: 288Source: NetGalley/ Crown PublishingPublication Date: Nov 7, 2017Rating: 3.5/5GoodreadsTen years after her high school graduation Abby Williams, now an environmental lawyer, returns to her hometown of Barrens, Indiana to investigate environmental concerns connected with a major corporation, Optimal, that has since come to town.  She has spent these past ten years… Continue reading Review: Bonfire by Krysten Ritter