August Recap

Happy September, guys! We can't believe summer is officially over! Well, almost at least. Why do the summer months always pass so quickly and the winter months do seem to drag forever? We really hope you had a fabulous summer. The last month has been really fun and busy for us regarding books and blogging:... Continue Reading →

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Love & Gelato – Review

With the stress of the school year upon us, I was eager to read a cheerful and light book. Luckily, I found Love & Gelato for sale this month on Amazon Kindle for $1.99! At the same time, however, this book became available through my Overdrive app through my library. What luck! I love books... Continue Reading →

July Recap

Happy August book lovers!! Another month has passed in which we were able to review a few novels, a novella and even a few NetGalley copies. The books we reviewed ranged from Thrillers, New Adult novels, Mysteries, Romances, Young Adult novels to Dystopians. Here's a list of last month's reviews. Have you read any of... 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 →

Wait for It – Review

One of the hardest things to do as a book blogger is to read an entire (670 page) book and give it a low-star review, especially when nearly half of Goodreads readers gave it the full 5 stars. Be warned, dear readers, I have an unpopular opinion ahead. Please don't grab your torches and pitchforks.... Continue Reading →

It’s Always the Husband – Review

It's Always the Husband was a page flippin' contradiction for me. There were parts I loved and thought were clever and parts I hated. My feelings were similar to the traits and relationships of the characters themselves. Aubrey, Kate, and Jenny come from different worlds, placed together as roommates in their first year of college.... Continue Reading →

The Language of Dying – Review

I would say this book is short and sweet, but there is nothing sweet about the bitter end of a life, sitting in a bed counting down the minutes.  Instead, I can say this short book was an honest look at what happens to families when the glue that holds them together is crumbling away.... Continue Reading →

Confess – Review

Colleen Hoover is without a doubt one of my favorite authors. I found out about her and her books through a book recommendation column on my favorite German radio station in 2014 while still living in the US. Ha! I didn't know that that particular recommendation would affect me and my love for reading so... Continue Reading →

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