Hey friends, my name’s Gabrielle and welcome to FrumiousReads. Today we are talking true crime, and the book I want to talk about today is No Angel: My Harrowing Undercover Journey to the Inner Circle of the Hells Angels by Jay Dobyns and Nils Johnson-Shelton. https://youtu.be/5G0xvglM-GQ If you want to watch this review instead of… Continue reading True Crime Book Talk: No Angel by Jay Dobyns
Based on Frank Abagnale Jr.’s real life experiences, Catch Me if You Can is claimed to be the “true story of a real fake.” Frank Abagnale Jr. posed as an airline pilot, a lawyer, a corrections officer, and a doctor during his time as a con man.
Hey everyone! I am very excited to be reviewing "The Margins" co-written by David Accampo and Paul Montgomery, and illustrated by Amanda Donahue. This is a graphic novel I was sent by Fanbase Press in exchange for an honest review. My reviews are generally structured in to four different parts; Synopsis, Pros,… Continue reading The Margins : Graphic Novel Review
Hello, and Welcome to 2 Minute Lit. Every put off required reading in high school? I did. And I found myself constantly on SparkNotes. So, I bring you, everything you need to know about The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. In two minutes, or less. The Plot in 10 Points (or less) Nick Carraway, a bond… Continue reading 2 Minute Lit: The Great Gatsby
Recently, I’ve jumped back in to the fantasy genre. Fantasy has always been a tricky genre for me to get through, because of the fact that you have to put so much effort in to the books of that genre. Worldbuilding and countless characters both tend to be staples, and so I’ve put together a… Continue reading What to Read: Fantasy Book Recs
Hello everyone! I don't know about you, but I am a huge fan of children's books. Maybe it's because I'm primarily at an elementary school setting now, but I feel like I love them more as an adult then I ever did as a kid. So, one of my favorite things to do with the kids… Continue reading Corduroy’s Easter Party|Books and Crafts
Do you love Valentine's Day? Hate it? Don't care either way? Whatever end of the Valentine's Day spectrum you fall in to, I feel like books are an easy way to either escape or appreciate the "holiday" so to speak. Click the link below or continue scrolling to see the five BEST books to read… Continue reading BEST VALENTINE’S DAY BOOKS | Valentine’s Day TBR
Wow. This book. This is a book that you can read at any age, and the story resonates with you in a way that so few others do.
"Three female Muslim teenagers must decide how far they are willing to go to defend their beliefs when faced with the pressures of life." OVERVIEW: This book takes place from the perspective of Sadia, a thirteen year old Muslim girl who's passionate about basketball. When she makes the coed high school basketball team, her… Continue reading SADIA BY COLLEEN NELSON |Spoiler Free Review
The Hinterland is not a place for kindness, but a cruel, beautiful mistress and that basically sums up the entirety of the book. We don't get kind characters, sweet characters. We get characters who are made of things more feral than what you usually get in fairytales, and it wouldn't work for any other book than this one.