Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death by James Runcie {Stephanie’s Review}

I picked up Sidney Chamber and the Shadow of Death by James Runcie because I adore the PBS series Grantchester. This compilation did not disappoint! I honestly thought these were contemporary stories published in the 50s and was shocked to find they are historical stories published from 2012 on. Almost all of the stories in this compilation have been on Grantchester. The show followed pretty […]

Circe by Madeline Miller *Alexa’s Review*

With everyone raving about Miller’s other novel, The Song of Achilles, I was so excited for this one. It sounded like the ultimate feminist story with mythology infused into it with Circe being a daughter of a Titan. The beginning of the story starts slowly. It shows us how Circe is the daughter that no one wants, she doesn’t have anything special to offer the […]

Review: Going Vintage by Lindsey Leavitt

Going Vintage by Lindsey Leavitt is one of those books that should be read when you need to be put into a good mood. It is light and fun and Mallory has such an interesting voice. I loved Mallory for multiple reasons. She is a list maker. I am a list maker. She has a slightly sarcastic voice. I have a big sarcastic voice. When […]

Entice by Carrie Jones *Alexa’s Review*

So this is the third book in the Need Series so at this point all of the characters are established and each has come into their own. We start the story off knowing that Nick has almost died and that he has been taken to Valhalla. Valhalla is the gods area where they keep warriors that they have saved from death in order to help […]