Book Reviews, Romance Books

Nobody’s baby but mine * Susan Elizabeth Phillips

I have dived deep into the Chicago Stars series with Susan Elizabeth Phillips * Natural Born Charmer and now "Nobody's baby but mine". It's the story of genius physics professor, Dr. Jane Darlington, who after reaching her 34th birthday decides to have a baby by any means. Afraid that going to a sperm bank will leave… Continue reading Nobody’s baby but mine * Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Book Reviews

Year of the Flood * Margaret Atwood * Book review

There is a specific thrill in picking up a book from Canadian best seller author Margaret Atwood which you know will be based in a dystopian future, an alegorical tale of things to be and how they could come to be. And I approached this book knowing the first part of the story - of… Continue reading Year of the Flood * Margaret Atwood * Book review

Excerpts

MaddAdam – Margaret Atwood Quote

Glenn used to say the reason you can’t really imagine yourself being dead was that as soon as you say, “I’ll be dead,” you’ve said the word I, and so you’re still alive inside the sentence. And that’s how people got the idea of the immortality of the soul — it was a consequence of… Continue reading MaddAdam – Margaret Atwood Quote

Book Reviews

Unravel Me * Tahereh Mafi Book 2 from Shatter Me

Unravell me wasn't as good as Shatter Me from my perspective but it's still a very good YA book. Much better than Mortal Instruments so far. It's starting off slow, with a small recollection of the events from the previous novel (Shatter Me) and how Juliette, the main hero of the story, tries to fit… Continue reading Unravel Me * Tahereh Mafi Book 2 from Shatter Me

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Miss Peregrine’s Children Trilogy

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - by Ransom Riggs When he was young, Jacob revered his grandfather, whose adventures with monsters in other countries enthralled him, especially as they were much more exciting than his own ordinary life in Florida. As he grew, however, Jacob sided with the rest of his family, calling his… Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Children Trilogy