A Batter of Life and Death

What I Expected [Prior to the Summary Read] An adorable, cozy, foodie-based mystery A quick, light read – but still suspenseful A fun follow-up to the start of the Bakeshop Mystery series What I Got All of the above! I never guessed who the killer is Anticipation for the series’ third installment I adore Ellie […]

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Click’d

*I received this ARC as part of Miss Print’s ARC Adoption Program.* What can I say other than that I ADORED Click’d! I’m loving reading books that revolve around today’s technology – especially regarding younger ones who have a love for computers, including coding, which simply blows my mind! Like I say in probably most of […]

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Moon Knight, Vol. 1: Lunatic

Apparently, I’ve been missing out – Moon Knight is a whole thing – where have I been?! Anyhow, I’m so glad to have discovered it through Moon Knight, Vol. 1: Lunatic! While I’m a bit confused regarding how this volume is indeed number 17 in the series, hopefully, I’ll figure it out soon because I need […]

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Rebecca

It’s no wonder Alfred Hitchcock adapted Rebecca for the silver screen. Daphne du Maurier’s Gothic tale of horror follows the tumultuous relationship between Maxim de Winter and his second, much younger, wife, whom he meets while virtually escaping the memories he has of his home in England, Manderley. Maxim quickly marries his young bride and […]

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I Am Malala

I Am Malala is a beautifully written memoir recounting the violent relationship of the Taliban with the people of primarily Pakistan. This relationship is akin to that of an abusive domestic one, as the militant group seeks to isolate, control, and terrorize its mostly unwilling subjects. Malala describes an idyllic existence in Pakistan’s Swat Valley […]

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