How I Lost You – Review

Thank you to Atria/Emily Bestler books and Netgalley for the chance to review this exciting novel. Let me just say, it's a good thing I didn't have a paperback copy of this book because I wouldn't have been able to turn the pages fast enough. Books like How I Lost You are the reason I... Continue Reading →

London Belongs to Me – Review

As an Anglophile, I knew I had to read London Belongs to Me as soon as I saw Colleen Hoover post a giveaway for this title on Instagram. I love everything about England and was in need of a cheerful bit of Chick-Lit to read after the heavy books I've been hitting lately.  Jacquelyn Middleton hit... Continue Reading →

The Other Girl – Review

Thank you to St. Martin's Press and Netgalley for the chance to review The Other Girl on 5171 Miles Book Blog! Erica Spindler can spin one heck of a story (pun intended)! This was a gripping page-turner I couldn't put down. Miranda Radar is a detective for her local police department investigating an ugly crime... Continue Reading →

Girl in Snow – Review

Heavy, complex, and deeply human. I'd like to thank Simon and Schuster Publishing and Netgalley for the chance to review Girl in Snow by Danya Kukafka. This novel was written with such a vivid realism that I felt as if I was intruding on the thoughts of the characters. At times, I found myself struggling... Continue Reading →

180 Seconds – Review

I have been in a book slump for half of June. I've been wanting to read something great, but constantly feeling bored with my current reads instead. In most cases, it's no fault of the books I've been reading; I have simply been distracted. Part of it might be that I've read more than I... Continue Reading →

Wait for Me – Review

You all know by now how I love World War II novels, especially historical romance. When I saw Wait for Me on Instagram a few months ago, I knew I had to give it a try. I had never before read a YA historical romance, so I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I mostly... Continue Reading →

The Queen and the Cure – Review

"The Gifts we are given are not given for our benefit but for the benefit of mankind." Was Amy speaking of herself with this quote?  Seriously, the woman's gift of writing is a benefit for mankind.  Every time I read one of her books I am in complete awe of her writing abilities.  She crafts... Continue Reading →

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