The Book Blogger Test Tag

Hey guys, another tag is coming your way! Thank you  MS. VICTORIOUS for tagging me!  The rules of this tag are quite simple: Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog Answer the ten questions asked on this post Nominate at least five people to do it also   Top 3 Book…

Review: Wives of War by Soraya M. Lane

Scarlet left her privileged life and joins the Red Cross in order to find her fiancé Thomas, who’s gone missing somewhere in France. During her journey to Normandy, she befriends with two different women. Ellie, Irish, poor and determinate to help the men on the battlefield. Lucy a hardworking and experienced nurse, who dreams of…

Review: Out from Egypt Series by Connilyn Cossette

Counted With the Stars. The world of Kiya, a daughter of the wealthy merchant in Iunu, Egypt collapses the moment she was sold into slavery by her own father. Losing her family and freedom, Kiya must learn to survive in the new reality. The only thing that keeps Kiya afloat is her friendship with a…

The Sunshine Blogger Award

Thank you, dear Toyosi, from Arum-Lily for nominating me and putting together these fun questions! RULES: Thank the blogger who nominated you in a blog post and links back their blog. Answer 11 questions the blogger asked you. Nominated 11 new blogs to receive the award and ask them 11 new questions. List the rules and display the Sunshine…

Historical Fiction Book Tag

I wanted to do a post on my favorite historical eras that I love reading about, but for whatever reason never did. But while I was wandering across Youtube I found a fun Tag by Kassidy Voinche. Which is obviously this one: Historical Fiction Book Tag. Here we go! Why do you like to read…

Review: A Long Time Gone by Karen White

We are born to fight the bends and curves of our own rivers, pushing back that which will not give, understanding where we are meant to be only when we let go and let the river take us back tot he place where we began. Vivien Walker left home in Mississippi nine year ago, running…

Review: White Chrysanthemum by Mary Lynn Bracht

Look for your sister after each dive. Never forget. If you see her, you are safe. Living on Jeju Island under Japanese occupation during the Second World War is anything but simple. Hana and her mother are haenyeu, women of the sea. They dive into the deepest waters and look for sea creatures to sell…

Review: The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

You can hear someone’s secrets and their fears and their wants, but remember that these exist alongside other people’s secrets and fears, people living in the same room. Anna didn’t leave her house for over a year. After a very traumatic experience, she hides in her safe place, her house in New York, with her…

Review: The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine

“This was the kind of home that was safely hidden from the eyes of those who could not afford to live this way. That’s what wealth does for you, she thought. It gives you the means and the power to remain concealed from the world if you choose – or if you need to.” Amber…

Review: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Sometimes you need to scorch everything to the ground, and start over. After the burning the soil is richer, and new things can grow. People are like that, too. They start over. They find a way. The novel follows two families; the Richardsons and Warrens. The Richardsons are the ideal big and wealthy, successful and…

Review: Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler

“When you fall in love, every kind of reason flies out the newly opened window of your brain.” The story of a heartbreaking, forbidden love and its tragic consequences in 1930s Kentucky. Isabelle McAllister seems to have everything a seventeen-year-old girl could want; a wealthy and respectful family, friends and secure future. However, Isabelle is a…