Book Review: The Goddesses by Swan Huntley

Let’s talk about marriage, cancer, karma, and the sins of the past. All themes of Swan Huntley’s sophomore novel, The Goddesses. Nancy Murphy and her family have moved to Kona, Hawaii from San Diego for a fresh start. Following her husband’s affair with a blonde named Shelly, they’ve seized the opportunity to move them andContinue reading “Book Review: The Goddesses by Swan Huntley”

Book Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Harnett

Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett, is the kind of book that I had to devour in marathon sessions, and then put down and say: “Wow, what did I just read?” Elvis Babbit is an eleven-year-old girl with a head for facts and a particular interest in zoology. She knows that most people think owls mean wisdom,Continue reading “Book Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Harnett”

Book Review: Yesterday by Felicia Yap

Memory is one of those themes that has always intrigued me. How does it shape who we are and construct who we become?  What happens when you can’t remember? Or when memory starts to work differently? That’s what brought me to Yesterday by Felicia Yap, which can quickly be described as a less-extreme The Giver by LoisContinue reading “Book Review: Yesterday by Felicia Yap”

Book Review: Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker

Let me introduce you to a new badass character you’re going to love! Cass Tanner from Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker is a deliciously complicated eighteen-year-old girl, who may be working her own angle.  Three years ago, Emma and Cassandra “Cass” Tanner went missing from a beach in the middle of the night.Continue reading “Book Review: Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker”