ALICE’S ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND-LEWIS CARROL REVIEW

I feel like at this point everyone knows about my addiction to all things Alice in Wonderland related. My wonderful friend was kind enough to give me his illustrated copy of this book to read and I have honestly fallen in love with it. It's the first draft of the story of Alice in Wonderland … Continue reading ALICE’S ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND-LEWIS CARROL REVIEW

JOHANNES CABAL THE NECROMANCER-JONATHAN L. HOWARD REVIEW

I cannot handle the sass in this book. Scratch that, I need more books in my life that hold this amount of sass. Johannes Cabal sold his soul years ago in order to master the art of necromancy. However, now he wants it back, and is willing to deal with the Devil in order to get … Continue reading JOHANNES CABAL THE NECROMANCER-JONATHAN L. HOWARD REVIEW

LOVE POEMS OF OVID-HORACE GREGORY TRANSLATION REVIEW

SO THIS REVIEW IS LATE AND I AM SO SORRY I was stuck with the late night shift at the gym and just had such a busy day, this is the first chance that I've had to write up my review. This book is a collection of different pieces of poetry from Ovid's Amores, The Art … Continue reading LOVE POEMS OF OVID-HORACE GREGORY TRANSLATION REVIEW

DADDY-P.J FERGUSON REVIEW

And my first gift book has been received! This book was sent to me by one of the kindest people I have spoken to over the GoodReads site, author P.J Ferguson. He reached out to me about a month ago and offered to send me copies of his recent releases and I, being the book … Continue reading DADDY-P.J FERGUSON REVIEW

THE BLUEST EYE-TONI MORRISON REVIEW

“Love is never any better than the lover. ” ― Toni Morrison, The Bluest Eye This book was a hard one to read. Not as in, it was a bad book to read. Because it definitely wasn't a bad book to read. It was just the substance of the book was something that is difficult, something … Continue reading THE BLUEST EYE-TONI MORRISON REVIEW

TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE-MITCH ALBOM REVIEW

“The truth is, once you learn how to die, you learn how to live.” ― Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie So I am on a bit of a Mitch Albom kick, if you can't tell. Tuesdays With Morrie is his first nonfiction book. It tells of twelve "lessons" that Albom learns from his dying ex-professor … Continue reading TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE-MITCH ALBOM REVIEW

A LESSON BEFORE DYING-ERNEST GAINES

“I want you to show them the difference between what they think you are and what you can be.” ― Ernest J. Gaines, A Lesson Before Dying Whaaaat I actually have a review before 9 pm??? This is madness. The book I read today was A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest Gaines. This book takes place … Continue reading A LESSON BEFORE DYING-ERNEST GAINES

LITTLE PRINCES-CONOR GRENNAN REVIEW

“I steeled myself for this interaction. Fact: I knew I could talk to people. Fact: Children were little people. Little, scary people. I took solace in the fact that if this demonstration went horribly wrong, I could probably outrun them.” ― Conor Grennan, Little Princes: One Man's Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of … Continue reading LITTLE PRINCES-CONOR GRENNAN REVIEW

TOTAL OBLIVION(MORE OR LESS)-ALAN DENIRO REVIEW

“War stuttered, repeated its sentences, forgot its lessons, over and over.” ― Alan DeNiro, Total Oblivion, More or Less This was a book recommended to me by a friend, who believed that it deserved more attention than it received and honestly I think I would have to agree! The premise itself was really interesting. The … Continue reading TOTAL OBLIVION(MORE OR LESS)-ALAN DENIRO REVIEW

GO SET A WATCHMAN-HARPER LEE REVIEW

"“Every man’s island, Jean Louise, every man’s watchman, is his conscience. There is no such thing as a collective conscious.” ― Harper Lee, Go Set a Watchman Well this book was both nothing like I expected and yet everything I imagined it to be. Jean Louise"Scout" Finch returns home from New York to visit her … Continue reading GO SET A WATCHMAN-HARPER LEE REVIEW