I'll not lie, the cover drew me in. Book Title: I Who Have Never Known Men Author: Jacqueline Harpman Series: Standalone Genre: Translated, Adult Fiction, Sci-fi/Dystopian Publisher: Seven Stories Press, Avon Eos Page Count: 200 Notes: translated from the French in 1995. TW for death of a loved one, suicide, and starvation Goodreads Summary: WITH … Continue reading Book Review: I Who Have Never Known Men
Tag: adult fiction
January TBR 2023: Can I Read 50 Books in a Month?!
Happy New Year!!! 🥳🎉🥳 If you saw that I have a huge challenge to Read My Shelf down a hundred books, then you'll know I'm going to put in serious effort in making that goal happen. I used to read hefty amounts as a kid. I could easily manage 50 small chapbooks a month. But … Continue reading January TBR 2023: Can I Read 50 Books in a Month?!
2023 Goals + Reading Plans: Ambitious As Usual
Hello Everyone, I have already posted about my "Read 100 Books Challenge", now I am focusing on which books. I'm in the mood for a few rereads but also I have specific reading plans in place. Let me show you what I am reading for January 1. I read this book back in October 2021 … Continue reading 2023 Goals + Reading Plans: Ambitious As Usual
October 2022 TBR: Ambitious And Atmospheric Reads
Hello Everyone, I'm skipping the September wrap up and I also am skipping the week long readathon. Blogging lately has been a challenge and I apologize for missing posts. I have a few ideas saved but I'm just not in the blogging mood. Instead I have great news. MY READING SLUMP IS GONE!!!!!! Now I'm … Continue reading October 2022 TBR: Ambitious And Atmospheric Reads
September TBR 2022: A Month of Reading All the Things!
Hello Everyone, This month is the month of strict reading! No computer except for reviewing only! No tv. I'm behind on my Goodreads goal by 60 books. I'm hoping to seriously catch up. I have read one short ebook this far (five stars!) and hope to get more reading on tonight. Here's my excessive tbr … Continue reading September TBR 2022: A Month of Reading All the Things!
August 2022 TBR: Goals, Plans, and Hope To Beat the Reading Slump!
Hello Everyone, I'm posting this early, I know, but I am crossing my fingers that next month is going to be a huge reading month for me! I have so many books that I have put off reading that I'm going to read these. I just have a few plans in place. My Plans: Basically … Continue reading August 2022 TBR: Goals, Plans, and Hope To Beat the Reading Slump!
July TBR 2022: A Hefty Batch of New and Old Titles
Hello Everyone, I'm feeling ambitious as usual but I figured out how to lock my computer so I can get off that and read more, mwahaha. As I don't watch tv, I'm setting a challenge to read 50 books (again) and I'm determined to actually do it this time! Last time I managed exactly half. … Continue reading July TBR 2022: A Hefty Batch of New and Old Titles
June Wrap Up: I Read 20 Books
Hello Everyone, This is the lowest amount I've read all year I think, but to be fair I got rather busy. Only 20 books but that's still not bad and I hope next month will double the number as I am at 130/350 for my Goodreads goal, yikes. Here's what I've read for June! I … Continue reading June Wrap Up: I Read 20 Books
Book Review: The Winter Ghosts
Hello Everyone, Book Title: The Winter Ghosts Author: Kate Mosse Series: Standalone Genre: Adult Fiction,Historical Fiction Publisher: Putnam Page Count: 300 Type of Book: Hardback, Owned Trigger warnings: ghosts, war, death, cold, grief/depression Notes: The town Nuelle in the book is fictional however the story is based on real events Goodreads Summary: By the author … Continue reading Book Review: The Winter Ghosts
Book Review: The Far Pavilions
Hello Everyone, Not the best cover but not the worst! Book Title: The Far Pavilions Author: MM Kaye Series: Book One of Two Genre: Adult Fiction, Historical, Adventure, Romance Publisher: St. Martins Press Page Count: 1000 Goodreads Summary: A magnificent romantic/historical/adventure novel set in India at the time of mutiny. The Far Pavilions is a … Continue reading Book Review: The Far Pavilions