Category: Book Review

Review: Cherry

I read Nico Walker’s Cherry in my quest to read a greater range of voices. I heard about it via Ron Charles’ review in the Washington Post (found here). Though Cherry‘s title page classifies the book as fiction, the life of its unnamed narrator closely follows the trajectory…

Review: Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers

Mary Roach’s Stiff offers unique and comforting insight into death’s aftereffects. She examines cadavers and related research via interviews, bizarre trivia, and humor.

Happy 2019!

Happy New Year!
2019 is going to be the Year of Regular Reviews (for real this time)!

20 Books of Summer 2018: Wrap Up

And just like that…the summer is over. 🙁 This has been a busy year and I’ve tried not to neglect my blog. Eventually, I’ll stumble over a posting schedule that works. In the meantime, reviewing took a backseat to reading, but I’m still not…

Review: While I Was Gone

20 Books of Summer 2018: Book 6 This is the first book I’ve read by Sue Miller and I was impressed by her writing style and vibrant voice. Even the slower passages and asides are engaging. That said, there’s slow bit in the middle…