Adult Fiction book review

Noah’s Wife by Lindsay Starck

This is a novel with creatively thought out connections to the story of Noah's Ark, only the main focus of the novel is Noah's wife. The reader never uncovers her given name, as she is always referred to by others and even by herself as she is narrating as only "Noah's wife." Her identity is… Continue reading Noah’s Wife by Lindsay Starck

YA book review · Young Adult

Ashfall by Mike Mullin

    Ashfall is the first in a 3, and planning to be 4 book series by Mike Mullin. Mike Mullin is an Indianapolis based author, whom I met at an ALA conference last year. He is well spoken, super smart, and the most down to earth guy. After reading his first book, I have… Continue reading Ashfall by Mike Mullin

Adult Fiction book review

The Blue by Lucy Clarke

The Blue by Lucy Clarke will be published on August 4, 2015. This book had a little bit of everything I look for in a quick read: suspense, mystery, romance, twists and turns in the plot, and adventure. Lana and Kitty, best friends since childhood decide that they have nothing holding them to their current… Continue reading The Blue by Lucy Clarke

YA book review · Young Adult

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Nivens

All the Bright Places is at its heart a story of an unlikely friendship and then love between a girl named Violet and a boy named Finch. However, it's not your average YA romance, and there are richly created scenes and moments. It has been compared to The Fault in Our Stars, but I found… Continue reading All the Bright Places by Jennifer Nivens