Mystery

Double Blind by Sara Winokur

This is a semi- police procedural based in Iceland. I knew nothing about the deeper issues between Denmark and Iceland, but I got a full lesson here! The story itself was interesting but felt like a second book type material instead of a first. Every person we encounter has a back story that we only… Continue reading Double Blind by Sara Winokur

Sci Fi

The Confessions of Jonathan Flite and the Release of Jonathan Flite by Matthew J. Beier

This is the oldest book on my NetGalley list, and I finally got around to reading it. The strange fact is not how long it took for me to get to this and read it thoroughly but that the deeper I got into the story. It went from a book I almost gave up on… Continue reading The Confessions of Jonathan Flite and the Release of Jonathan Flite by Matthew J. Beier

Children's fiction, Young Adult/Children

Willa and the Whale by Chad Morris; Shelly Brown

I may not read a lot of books targeting a younger audience, but I do try and pick up the ones I feel interested in. I recently really enjoyed one but did not gel entirely with it. We have a precocious main character who is well versed in Marine Biology because of her mother. The… Continue reading Willa and the Whale by Chad Morris; Shelly Brown

Thriller

Bitter Falls by Rachel Caine

Narrated by: Emily Sutton-Smith, Michael Crouch, Dan John Miller, Lauren Ezzo, Will Ropp This is the kind of series that the general public feels has run its course with regards to the storyline. This particular visit to stillhouse lake shows how persecution does not end when we put a book away. Every time Gwen and her family feel they have… Continue reading Bitter Falls by Rachel Caine