Circe, Madeline Miller

Circe tells the story of the witch from the classic greek Odyssey. One of the minor characters and somewhat villains this alternate novel focuses on not only on her side of the story seen in the Odyssey, but her whole life. Born to the sun titan Helios and a nymph, Circe is one his many... Continue Reading →

Nine Perfect Strangers, Liane Moriarty

Nine Perfect Stranger is a true ensemble novel that follows the lives of nine people, who find themselves guests at the same health retreat all seeking something to better their lives in some way. We meet and spend time with each guest, getting to know them, their motivations, and their deep dark secrets. Driven by... Continue Reading →

Becoming, Michelle Obama

This is the first and so far the only autobiography I have read this year and it was a great one to start off with. I have heard good things about this one and I tend to agree with most of them and would recommend it to anyone who is thinking of picking it up.... Continue Reading →

Bad Blood, John Carreyrou

I love, love, loved this book. I haven’t read anything like it and I was so engrossed in everything that was happening, I just not could not put it down. I always had this idea in my head when I was younger that non fiction books were boring. I know thats not always the case... Continue Reading →

Two Weeks Notice, Whitney G.

It’s no surprise to me (or probably anyone that reads my reviews/blog) that I'd love Two Weeks Notice as it is basically a mix of three of my all-time favourite romance tropes. Office romance and slow burn, being the obvious one and the other I’d tell you but then I’d spoil it! “With a boss... Continue Reading →

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