Kids Like Us is a compelling contemporary that highlights an autistic teenager’s summer in France, while he makes friends, falls in love and devours madeleines.
Hearts of Resistance by Soraya M. Lane is a story set in the times of World War II that perfectly features, includes and revolves around women. Read my review of this women/historical-fiction.
Just Like The Brontë Sisters is a great title categorized as a women’s fiction, by Laurel Osterkamp and is published on November 11th, 2017. Read the review of this amazing book and an exclusive excerpt form it.
Just Like The Brontë Sisters by Laurel Osterkamp is the perfect blend of emotions, suspense and love that never dies. I would recommend it to all those who like a story that is so subtle yet direct that the whole essence would shake you even before you think it could.
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is the perfect scientifically frustrating plot with bunches of dialogues, and all in a good way. I’ll recommend this to those looking for a sci-fi thriller that makes sense while you keep thinking it isn’t making any, and all the while sit by the edge of your seat.
All The Light We Cannot See is the perfect pairing of a realistic fictional story and an imagery ridden writing.
The Solitary Apocalypse by Jeff Haws is a perfect mixture of good and bad decisions made by humans who are forced to be stranded, isolated and restricted in a post-apocalyptic town.
A Wild And Unremarkable Thing by Jen Castleberry is rated with 4.5 stars! Read the full review of this epic YA fantasy here.
The Dream Sifter is an original engaging mixture of science fiction and fantasy with the characters propelling the plot. I … More