Whore – Review

Thank you to Netgalley and Willow Aster for allowing 5171 Miles Book Blog an ARC for review. If the title of this book doesn't grab your attention, the story inside surely will. Whore is one of the most beautiful renditions of an unconditional love story I have ever read. If you're like me, the title... Continue Reading →

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Anatomy of a Scandal – Review

Thank you to Netgalley and Atria/Emily Bestler Books for allowing 5171 Miles Book Blog a copy of this novel for review.  It's all we hear of lately in the news, a dirty word, a word that makes us dig deep and examine how we feel about the people committing the act, and the victims left... Continue Reading →

The Rules of Rain – Review

Many thanks to Netgalley and SourceBooks for the chance to read and review this novel. Leah Scheier's upcoming release Rules of Rain explores family relationships in one of the most interesting ways I've experienced as a reader. The main character, Rain, has grown accustomed to taking care of the needs of her family members, especially... Continue Reading →

Breaking Faith – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Second Story Press for giving me a chance to read and review an ARC of Breaking Faith. Compared to the books I usually read, Breaking Faith was definitely the odd man out - and I don't mean this in a bad way. Breaking Faith was shocking, reflecting, and educational all... Continue Reading →

London, Can You Wait? – ARC Review

Thank you to Jacquelyn Middleton and Netgalley for allowing 5171 Miles Books an ARC for review! After reading (and loving) Jacquelyn Middleton's London Belongs to Me during the summer, I couldn't wait to read the sequel, London, Can You Wait?. I'm a huge fan of all things London and knew I would love both books. To my... Continue Reading →

The Breathless – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Delacorte Press for giving me the chance to read and review an ARC of The Breathless. The first thing that made me look into this book a little further was the stunning cover. The deep purple colors at the edge merging into black, and the girl in the write dress... Continue Reading →

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